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TM  11-5820-890-20-2 7-3 7.2 BATTERY DATA. Continued d. Disposal.   Most lithium batteries produced after January 1989 have a built-in Complete Discharge Device (CDD).  Batteries with a CDD can be identified by an attention label over the switch and a card packed with each battery.  This card provides instructions for discharging the battery with the CDD. WARNING If a lithium battery is damaged, malfunctions, or shows signs of overheating (i.e. too hot to hold during discharge, melted plastic case or a vented cell) you CAN NOT ensure that it will properly discharge.  DO NOT attempt to discharge and turn in as REACTIVE HAZARDOUS WASTE. DO NOT pack batteries in a box, barrel, or drum during discharge.  Batteries should be temporarily stored in a cool, dry, well ventilated area.  Batteries should have at least 2 inches clearence.  Batteries should be stored for no less than 5 days and no more than 90 days after discharge. DO NOT package batteries until they are cool to the touch. Lithium batteries without a built-in Complete Discharge Device (CDD), MUST BE disposed as REACTIVE HAZARDOUS WASTE. Completely discharged lithium are NON-REACTIVE HAZARDOUS WASTE under Ferderal Regulations and they may be disposed of as NON-HAZARDOUS SOLID WASTE IAW STATE and Local Laws.  Coordination with your local IEO is required prior to disposal. CAUTION Lithium battery will generate heat during discharge. If a new battery fails to operate your equipment, DO NOT attempt to discharge the battery with the CDD.  Dispose of as HAZARDOUS WASTE. If the battery has a CDD, the CDD MUST be activated prior to disposal. For additional information regarding battery disposal, refer to TB 43-0134, Battery Disposition and Disposal.


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