Remy Report - April 2022

April 1, 2022 2 view(s) 3 min read

Remy Report - April 2022

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Snag Some Great Deals on Marine Batteries This Season!


Spring sale on Marine batteries

Despite what the weather outside is telling us, spring is here and the warm weather is soon to follow. For a lot of people that means the start of taking long road trips, boating, and many other outdoor activities. It is a good idea to have your battery tested to ensure it isn't hitting the end of its life span. Stop into Remy Battery and we'll check your battery and electrical system at no cost! It's a great way to ensure the good times don't turn into frustration.

If it turns out that you need a new marine starting, deep cycle, or AGM batteries, you're in luck! Remy is running some great deals on marine batteries like a group 24 starting battery with 1000 MCA for $110.99! Stop in for more details. Hurry to reel in the deal, as the sale ends May 31st, 2022.

Celebrate Earth Day April 22nd!


Remy Battery Reload Reuse Recycle

In 1970, an estimated 20 million people across the United States celebrated our nation's first Earth Day. Today, it is estimated that more than 1 billion people in 192 countries participate on April 22 in one of the largest days of action in the world.

At Remy Battery, we're pleased to celebrate Earth Day on this day, but always maintain an environmentally conscious outlook with a commitment to recycling and standards.

"Remy was an early and active leader in environmental efforts and has long offered free recycling for all battery types," explains Mike Moeller, president of Remy Battery. "Along with one of the most comprehensive battery recycling programs in the region, we also offer a reload program to give products with rechargeable batteries a new life."

Moeller notes, "My grandfather, Michael Zurich founded Remy Battery in 1931 — at the height of the Depression — by filling a need as a service-oriented, local battery rebuilder. With the economy at a standstill, rebuilding lead-acid batteries was in demand."

He continues, "By rebuilding batteries and reusing them vs. throwing them away, you really could say that Remy Battery was founded on keeping spent batteries out of our landfills. To this day, we send 100 percent of the scrap lead-acid batteries that are brought to us by our customers back for recycling," Moeller adds. If you would like to learn more about battery recycling, stop into any of our three locations or give us a call to speak directly to a battery specialist.

Ever Wonder How Batteries Are Recycled?


How Batteries are Recycled

Ever wonder how lead-acid batteries are recycled? Battery Council International (BCI) created this video to follow a battery on its journey! Click the image to view the video on YouTube.

Phot of an assortment of different batteries.

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