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What do I do with the old battery from the panel? Will Verizon take it? Any ideas?
Most municipal waste dropoff centers will take batteries for recycling -- usually free of charge for residents serviced by that center or county. A call to your local government offices should be able to direct you to the center nearest you.
Additionally, many wholesale/retail battery stores will take old batteries for recycling and I remember seeing recently even an electronics store that had a recharable battery recycling drop in the front of their store (next to the toner, ink cartridge, etc. dropoff spot).
Also, where I live, large employers are required to recycle batteries and keep them out of the main waste stream and as such my employer has a location where you put any batteries which are spent -- they have no issue with employees adding personally owned batteries to that box as well (within reason). YMMV.
I just returned from Verizon, was rudely told they do not recycle or dispose of FIOS battery