| January 15, 2023

Arkansas

It is illegal to discard a motor vehicle or marine battery.

Recycle your used batteries.

State law requires us to accept used lead-acid batteries for recycling, in exchange for new lead-acid batteries purchased.

When you purchase any new lead-acid battery, you will be charged an additional ten dollars ($10.00) unless you return a used lead-acid battery for refund within thirty (30) days.

Arkansas point-of-sale notices must be produced, printed, and distributed by the state and must include the three-chasing arrows recycling symbol.

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Mark Wallace

The pandemic has shown us just how vital the lead battery industry is. Without 12V batteries, first responders can’t function; food and medical supplies can’t reach their destination; essential employees can’t get to their jobs....It’s as simple as that.

Mark Wallace, President and CEO, Clarios