In this day and age, many everyday products that we use run on batteries. Even with newer battery technology and shelf life, regular (non-rechargeable) batteries still don't last very long before being thrown away.
With increasing demand and use of portable devices by consumers, the need for rechargeable battery power has undergone an upsurge over the years. You can purchase lithium ion vape batteries via online sources.
By taking small steps, we can all make a difference in the amount of hazardous household waste that ends up in our nation's landfills. The hazardous waste that batteries produce when being thrown into the trash can contribute to pollution of lakes and streams, heavy metal leaching, and environmental lead and acid exposure, to name just a few.
There are a number of really long-lasting, slow discharging rechargeable batteries on the market. I have many devices, from television remote controls to headlamps to cameras, which use rechargeable batteries.
I have a portable recharging device that utilizes two different charging sources: 12-volt supply (as in a car, truck, or boat) and 110/220 volt household plug. This makes it convenient to use for traveling as well as car camping.
The most common-sized battery types are AA, AAA, C, D, and 9-volts, and this particular charger accepts both AA and AAA, which are the sizes I use most. Even though rechargeable batteries do end up needing to be replaced eventually, oftentimes you can recharge a rechargeable battery hundreds of times.