For Dealers or Service Providers: This site is only intended for those qualified persons who perform service or will be dismantling NON - Warrantable Lithium Club Car vehicles. During normal vehicle service operations, please refer to current service information manuals and bulletins for information on the lithium ion batteries.
This website currently does not cover the recycling process for lead-acid starter batteries, or any other recyclable component. These items have established collection and recycling processes, and/or will be included at a later date.
Club Car is committed to environmental sustainability in its products and operations on a global basis. As part of its commitment, Club Car encourages its authorized dealers and distributors to implement recycling programs for items/components such as lithium ion battery packs used in Club Car products. The information set forth in this manual is intended to guide authorized Club Car dealers and distributors and to assist customers in proper recycling of such parts/components.
The information provided below applies only to NON - Warrantable lithium ion batteries at this time, and is made without any warranties, express or implied. It is the responsibility of the recycling party to ensure compliance with local laws, rules, and regulations, all of which may change from time to time. Lithium-ion batteries are potentially hazardous and can present a serious FIRE HAZARD, SERIOUS INJURY and/or PROPERTY DAMAGE if damaged, defective or improperly used. Exposure to high voltage can cause shock, burns, and even death. The high voltage components in the vehicle can only be serviced by technicians with special training. Follow all warnings and instructions before proceeding with any dismantling work. In addition, lithium-ion batteries contain elements that may pose health risks to individuals if they are allowed to leach into the ground water supply. Care and proper safety procedures should be observed at all times when handling a battery pack. Club Car will not be responsible or liable for any personal injuries or property damage arising out of or resulting from recycling of a lithium ion battery.
Questions concerning recycling of lithium ion batteries should be directed to your local authorities or to the battery recycling provider.
Exposure to high voltage can cause shock, burns, and even death. The high voltage components in the vehicle can only be serviced by technicians with special training. Follow all warnings and instructions before proceeding with any dismantling work. Comply with all federal, state/provincial, and local laws and regulations relating to the management of IV/HV batteries generated at your facility. In certain countries, state and/or local laws can be more stringent than federal or national regulations.
Club Car is aware of the following companies that, as of January 2023, are involved in the recycling of lithium batteries. This list is provided as a starting point for dismantlers who are removing NON - Warrantable LG and Vanguard Li-ion batteries from Club Car vehicles.
Club Car is not recommending these recyclers nor is it an exhaustive list of available recyclers or recyclers in any specific area.
There are also companies that will act as battery consolidators who will take batteries away from your facility and consolidate/ship them with other batteries for recycling. Consult the yellow pages or check the internet to find consolidation companies in your area. If you work with a consolidation company, make sure to ask where the consolidator sends the batteries for recycling. Standard warranty statements, Exclusions and Voiding of warranty information can be found in the owner's manual provided with the vehicle or through our owner's manual search tool.
Ascend Elements (https://ascendelements.com/)
North America & Europe
Battery Recyclers of America (https://www.batteryrecyclersofamerica.com/)
United States only – all 50 States
US & Canada
Cirba Solutions (https://www.cirbasolutions.com/)
Continental US and into Canada and Mexico.
Cleanlites Recycling (https://cleanlites.com/)
Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, South Carolina
Kinsbursky Brothers Intl. (https://www.kbirecycling.com/)
California & North America
Arizona, Alabama, New York, Ohio, Ontario, Norway, Germany
North America, Europe
Recycling Coordinators (https://www.recyclingcoordinators.com/)
Redwood Materials (https://www.redwoodmaterials.com/)
California, Colorado, New Jersey, Nevada, South Carolina,
Umicore Battery Recycling (https://brs.umicore.com/en/)