| January 15, 2023

Utah

Retailer notice:

It is illegal under state law to discard a motor vehicle battery or other lead-acid battery.

You must recycle your used battery.

State law requires us to accept up to two of your used lead-acid batteries for recycling when you purchase a new lead-acid battery.

You may take lead-acid batteries for recycling to (the retailer shall insert the name and address of at least one facility that is either a lead-acid battery wholesaler, a collection or recycling facility, or a secondary lead smelter that is near the retailer).

Wholesaler notice:

It is illegal under state law to discard a motor vehicle battery or other lead-acid battery. You must recycle your used battery. State law requires us to accept your used lead-acid battery for recycling, including when you purchase a new lead-acid battery.

Utah point-of-sale notices are to be printed by the battery retailers and wholesalers.

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Steve Binks of the International Lead Association

...[this] is the start of a journey that will raise global standards and help ensure that lead batteries continue to be a key enabling technology for the transition to a low carbon future.

Dr. Steve Binks, Regulatory Affairs Director, International Lead Association