rechargeable battery


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rechargeable battery

[rē′chär·jə·bəl′bad·ə·rē]
(electricity)
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We look forward to expanding Call2Recycle in the New York City area and helping more local retailers to institute their own free and easy-to-implement rechargeable battery recycling programs.
As a next-generation rechargeable battery that can be 'used immediately after purchase', and once charged, 'can be used anytime', 'eneloop' can be used in all devices that till date use dry cell batteries.
The Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation's logo is round on many battery labels.
PowerGenix's Nickel-Zinc AA's are the first rechargeable batteries to deliver a power equivalent to disposable alkaline batteries--a 30-percent increase compared to conventional AA rechargeable battery technologies.
A new rechargeable battery and charger will soon be fielded for use in training, but is not yet in the supply system.
According to the Atlanta-based Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation (RBRC), the Act streamlines state regulatory requirements for collecting rechargeable nickel-cadmium and lead batteries and encourages voluntary industry programs to recycle them.
The product, which can be recharged nearly 1,000 times, is said to be the industry's longest-lasting rechargeable battery and is being sold in two-packs and four-packs as well as a two-pack with a charger.
The Atlanta, Georgia-based Portable Rechargeable Battery Association has begun a program in Minnesota to collect battery-powered products headed for the dump, and remove the batteries before scrapping the appliance.
Analysis of China Rechargeable Battery Market 2008-2009
Tenders are invited for Supply of Set Of Charging Wire Including Rechargeable Battery Consist Of I Charging Wire , Qty 01 No.
You can also contact the CECOM rechargeable battery guru, Don Brockel, by phone at DSN 992-4948, 732-532-4948, or by e-mail at: