Most local drop-off sites only accept household quantities of batteries. If your organization or business wants to offer battery recycling, one option is to partner with Call2Recycle. From their web site:
Businesses, communities, municipalities and public agencies can sign up to become a Call2Recycle collection location to collect batteries and cell phones. They can choose to only collect from their staff within their organizations or collect from the public. There is no cost to participate or to recycle through the Call2Recycle program.
Collection locations ship batteries and cell phones for recycling to INMETCO in Ellwood City, Pennsylvania for sorting before the materials are prepared for the recycling process.
If collection locations are set up to use Call2Recycle collection kit, they will automatically receive additional boxes and materials when their inventory runs low.
ISTC's technical assistance staff works with Interstate Battery to recycle large quantities of all types of batteries. Local contact information is:
Mark Martinez (manager)
2504 North Mattis Avenue
Champaign, IL 61822
For more information, see Interstate Batteries Recycling page at http://corporate.interstatebatteries.com/recycling/. It includes a contact form you can fill out to receive information targeted toward your specific situation.
Battery Solutions sells pre-paid, all-inclusive recycling kits. Each iRecycle Kit purchase includes: a collection container, EPA-approved recycling of all materials, shipping charges, recycling instructions, and a Certificate of Recycling. iRecycle Kit includes a Certificate of Recycling Request Card that customer fills out and sends in with filled kit. They will accept larger quantities but the sender is responsible for shipping charges.