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Recycle My Battery in Media

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Nihal's TEDx Talk

Saving Earth, One Battery At A Time! | Sri Nihal Tammana | TEDxClintonMiddleSchoolStudio

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Heart Threads

11-year-old starts nonprofit to save the planet

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Jersey Proud

12-year-old Edison boy creates battery recycling program

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New Jersey kid protects environment & helps recycle 10K used batteries

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Sri Nihal Tammana’s recyclemybattery.org has recycled 145,000 batteries

Every day almost 15 billion batteries are purchased to power everyday objects, most of which end up in landfills.

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Meet this 12-year-old award-winning entrepreneur cum environmentalist who is revolutionizing battery disposal

Sri Nihal Tammana, through his non-profit organization (NPO), Recycle My Battery, is advancing battery and waste disposal to bring about awareness and contribute towards climate change.

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This 12-year-old’s NGO has recycled over 1.5 lakh batteries to make Earth a better place

Started by Sri Nihal Tammana in 2019, US-based Recycle My Battery promotes and facilitates the recycling of used batteries through safe disposal and awareness.

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12-year-old Sri Nihal Tammana Recycled Over 1.5 Lakh Batteries To Make The Earth A Better Place

Entrepreneurship knows no age, and Sri Nihal Tammana proves it rightly so. A 12-year-old, Indian-origin boy has been working for the last three years to get rid of the world’s battery pollutants and make it safe from fires.

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NINE-YEAR-OLD HELPS PROTECT ENVIRONMENT BY RECYCLING THOUSANDS OF BATTERIES

Meet Daily Point of Light Award honoree Rayansh Boddu. Read his story and nominate an outstanding volunteer or family as a Point of Light. Rayansh Boddu has been passionate about the earth since he first started learning about nature in the second grade.

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11-Year-Old Sri Nihal Tammana is on a Mission to See Batteries Recycled Right

In a TEDx talk at Clinton Middle School in Clinton, New York, 11-year-old Sri Nihal Tammana asks, “Can you guess what percentage of people around the world know that batteries should be put in battery bins and not just the trash?” The answer, he tells the audience is “only one percent”—and he thinks we can change this.

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Meet Sri Nihal Tammana who Recycled1.5 lakh batteries

Nihal Tammana, an Indian-American, has developed a sustainable business that promotes and enables the recycling of spent batteries through proper disposal and education.

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Make Feb. 18 Your Day To Recycle Batteries

Rayansh Bhavit decided to be an environmentalist in the second grade. He started helping run a network of battery recycling drop-boxes that have recovered almost 150,000 batteries since 2019 through RecycleMyBattery.org, a group of more than 150 kids.

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The Better India featured Sri Nihal Tammana

On #EarthDay, here is a shoutout to 12-year-old Nihal Tamanna, who runs an NGO 'Recycle My Battery' that has recycled over 1.5 lakh batteries. #Inspiration #SaveEarth

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Educate People About Recycling Batteries– Brainfeed in Conversation With Nihal Tammana

- Brainfeed Magazine

Indian American kid founded Recycle My Battery in US – an effort to reduce toxic waste

- The Times Of India

My Future My Voice Ambassador

- Earthday.org

New Jersey Tween Nihal Tammana Launches Nonprofit ‘Recycle My Battery’

- India West

Batteries recycled by nonprofit led by 11-year-old boy from Edison

- NJ Spotlight

Edison Student Receives 2020 Environmental Excellence Award

- Our Edison

Murphy administration honors leaders in environmental justice, recycling, climate action with 2020 environmental excellence awards

- Department of Environmental Protection

Best Brains partners with Recycle My Battery to promote green habits

- Daily Herald

Volunteer Citizen – Sri Nihal Tammana

- The New Jersey Waste Wise

One in a Million Award recipient: Sri Nihal Tammana

- One in a Million

10 year old Nihal Tammana's battery recycling company is partnering with Best Brains Learning Centers to help promote green habits.

- One News Page

Twelve-Year-Old Encourages Proper Recycling of Batteries Around the Country

- Points of Light

Our Founder, Nihal Tammana made this educational video about how Lead Acid Batteries 🔋 are recycled ♻️ and re-created!!

- Learn with Nihal

The story of an inspiring young kid, Sri Nihal Tammana who is our founder and his aspiration on recycling batteries that cause pollution, was published in one of the best Entrepreneur's magazine Inc., has moved many young minds and inspired many young souls. Check out his motivating journey with "Recycle My Battery"

- Inc.

Indian American kid founded Recycle My Battery in US – an effort to reduce toxic waste

- The Times Of India

K12 Challenge with Sri Nihal Tammana on K12TV | Founder - Recycle My Battery

- Wurk TV

Meet Sri Nihal Tammana, The 11-Year-Old Founder Of ‘Recycle My Battery’

- DissDash

Dep to Honor New Jersey Recycling Leaders at Virtual Awards Program in November

- Department of Environmental Protection

About Recycle My Battery on Eenadu - Small hands.. Strong hands

- Eenadu News

An 11-year-old boy who made history with discarded batteries

- Sakshi TV

On Children’s Day, INDIA LIFE is introducing Recycle My Battery

- India Life

AP boy recycles his way to glory

- The Times Of India

With the concept of benefiting the earth

- Sakshi News

Awards to Nihal Tammana on environmental safety

- Telugu Times

Best Brains partners with Recycle My Battery to promote green habits

- Daily Herald

Best Brains and Recycle My Battery Partner Up for a Cleaner Future

- Markets Insider

Best Brains and Recycle My Battery Partner Up for a Cleaner Future

- PR Web

Best Brains and Recycle My Battery Partner Up for a Cleaner Future

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Best Brains and Recycle My Battery Partner Up for a Cleaner Future

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Best Brains and Recycle My Battery Partner Up for a Cleaner Future

- The Buffalo News

Best Brains and Recycle My Battery Partner Up for a Cleaner Future

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