At the end of their lifecycle, Logmore Data Loggers should be recycled separately as electronic waste. Please do not dispose of them as general waste or household recyclables.
When is it time to recycle loggers?
After the battery’s capacity of a logger is exhausted, it is not functional and should be recycled. Logmore data loggers contain non-rechargeable Lithium “coin” batteries. The average battery life for the data logger is 4 years on a 15 minutes measurement interval. Depending on the data use, the battery life can vary. Use our Battery Calculator available on Logmore Cloud to estimate the battery life under various settings.
The Logmore QR data loggers can be used for one-way monitoring just like regular single-use data loggers, but we strongly recommend you arrange return logistics and use a logger in multiple shipments until the end of its battery life.
How to recycle loggers?
Follow your region’s guidelines for disposing of electronics if you wish to dispose of the used loggers yourself. Find a certified recycler or hazardous waste collection point to dispose of the loggers.
Check WEEE Forum (Waste electrical and electronic equipment) for general recycling instructions.
Send used loggers to Logmore for recycling
You can send your used Logmore data loggers back to Logmore for recycling. Please note that you need to cover the shipment costs yourself.
Logger recycling department