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Battery Waste Regulations

As a producer of automotive batteries under the Waste Batteries and Accumulators Regulations 2009, Kawasaki Motors UK are obliged to facilitate collection, free of charge and within a reasonable time, waste automotive batteries for treatment and recycling from final holders through their dealer network. Producers are required to do this in any calendar year that new automotive batteries are placed on the market.

If you require us to take back your used Kawasaki battery, please contact your nearest authorised Kawasaki dealer, details of which available from the Kawasaki website at www.kawasaki.co.uk. Your authorised Kawasaki dealer will agree the necessary arrangements for the collection, proper treatment and recycling of the waste automotive batteries'.


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