Power Tool Batteryback was a free pilot program, that ran in Brisbane, designed to collect and recycle used power tool batteries as a way of measuring the demand and structure of a future, permanent program. It ended on 15 July 2016.
Power Tool Batteryback was an initiative of the Australian Battery Recycling Initiative (ABRI), and was funded by the Queensland Department of Environment and Heritage Protection.
ABRI is a not-for-profit association, made up of industry, government and environment groups, and was established in 2008 to promote responsible environmental management of batteries at end of life.
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