Kania follows the principles of sustainable development and applies reverse logistics, believing that a company’s economic growth is based on an ethical and socially responsible relationship with the environment and with all its stakeholders: employees, customers, and suppliers.

Through partner companies, we collect and recycle 100% of the batteries we sell.

To find the nearest collection point and dispose of your scrap battery in an ecologically correct way, please contact us through our digital channel by scanning the code below. Through this code – in addition to finding all our points of sale and technical assistance partners with systems in place to receive, store and dispose of your old battery, you will have the convenience of being able to consult this information at any time, day or night.

However, if you prefer to get in touch directly with one of our attendants during business hours, just call 0800 701 2373.


Kania is 100% committed to the preservation of the environment, developing a series of special projects. It has a strict environmental safety framework and environmental preservation policy, monitoring and managing all types of waste generated in the production process.

Care and respect for the environment are fundamental in the company’s activity, and reflect the commitment to sustainable development. Accordingly, Kania – through partner companies – recycles post-consumer waste and reuses it in its manufacturing process, thereby contributing toward increasing the amount of recycled waste in Brazil.

Reverse Logistics Process

1) Replacing the battery
All Kondor battery points of sale are also collection points for waste batteries; to comply with Brazilian legislation, they must be sent to the manufacturer for recycling.

2) Storage and shipping
Scrap batteries are stored and shipped properly, avoiding the risk of incorrect disposal and contamination of the environment.

3) Recycling
Scrap batteries are processed; the plastic, lead and acid are separated, treated and reused in various segments of industry, whether in the manufacture of a new battery or in the production of fertilizers.

4) Industrialization
The recycled raw material returns to the production chain, meeting the highest quality standards for the manufacture of new batteries.