Buying A123 Scrap Batteries for Scrap

Posted: June 28, 2020


Rockaway Recycling has always tried to be upfront and honest with our customers. Since the day we started posting our updated prices on our website, we have constantly strived to be transparent about how we buy material, how we determine pricing, and how we can serve your scrap metal needs. Recently we have been recycling A123 Batteries that are commonly found from electric buses.

Where Are A123 Batteries Found?

Many cities and public transportation systems are relying more and more on electric vehicles to not only save money on gasoline but also helping their impact on the environment and making it quieter for their communities. Just like any other battery A123 batteries lose their juice and have to find their way to the proper recycling stream.

How Can I Scrap A123 Batteries?

Rockaway Recycling has been buying a wide variety of batteries like lead batteries and lithium-ion batteries and more recently began recycling the more specific A123 batteries. We can provide the right services, prices, and instructions on how to recycle these batteries properly with our scrap yard located in New Jersey. We have been able to work with many companies recently to scrap these the right way.

If you are looking to scrap your A123 batteries, lithium-ion batteries, lead batteries, and other types of batteries, we can help you. Take a look at some of the prices and details of the batteries we purchase for scrap value here at Rockaway Recycling.

View All Types if Batteries We Scrap
(Last Modified: February 7th, 2023, 8:06 am)
Metal/MaterialCurrent Price
$1.10/lb
$0.13-$0.16/lb
Lead Backup Batteries $0.13-$0.18/lb
Forklift Batteries $0.10/lb
Steel Case Batteries $0.10-$0.16/lb
Cell Site Lead Batteries $0.10-$0.16/lb
Lithium Ion Batteries Call For Price
Servers $0.25-$0.45/lb

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