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slowly, carefully discharge them - and put them in a bucket of Salt Water (not sure how long that takes - but I believe overnight should do the trick) then drop them in a regular trash can...
 

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drop them off at ACE hardware,they recycle..
 

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Thanks guys.

I gave them the old plank and nail treatment at the end of the driveway, won't do that again man you should've seen the smoke! Good thing the neighbor's windows were shut, could've set off a smoke detector.

Chuck those packs were slightly swelled up I thought it was safest just to get rid of them instead of giving them to someone else.
 

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We've had a heat wave this week - and somehow I had a pack that ended up sitting in Direct Sunlight - PUFFED UP 3 inches tall - It's sitting in a cointainer of Salt Water *IN THE SUN - IN THE BACK YARD - where it's been for about a week now... The Water HAS TO BE BOILING HOT in the heat of the day!!! Nothing - I thought maybe it would do SOMETHING!!
 
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