| January 15, 2023

Maine

State law requires us to accept motor vehicle batteries or other lead-acid batteries for recycling in exchange for new batteries purchased.

A deposit of $10 will be charged for each new lead-acid battery that is not exchanged with an old lead-acid battery.

It is illegal to dump, bury or incinerate a motor vehicle lead-acid battery or other lead-acid battery.

Recycle your used batteries.

Maine point-of-sale notices must be printed by the state and must include the three chasing arrows recycling symbol

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Pete Stanislawczyk, East Penn

Lead batteries will be the primary stored power source for these systems. Based upon our insights, we believe lead AGM – or absorbed glass mat batteries – will be the battery of choice for the next 20-plus years.

Pete Stanislawczyk, Senior Vice President Transportation Division, East Penn Manufacturing Company