Bettery partners with Safeway

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Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Portland-based Bettery opened rechargeable battery kiosks in five Safeway stores in the Seattle area and Portland.

Bettery’s Swap Stations allow for easier exchanges and purchases of rechargeable AA and AAA batteries that the company produces. The kiosks also collect batteries for recycling.

“Safeway has worked with us to make the kiosks available in locations we thought would be great for Bettery,” said Kawasaki, Bettery’s founder and CEO. “We’re pleased about it. And Safeway has expressed an interest in opening (kiosks) beyond” the five locations.

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