Monday, July 13, 2009

Fuji EnviroMax Batteries: Battery Assortment Giveaway

This giveaway is now closed with 402 comments. Thank you to all who entered. Congratulations to the lucky winner ~ trouthehaze!

Fuji EnviroMAX has really stepped up and now offers batteries for a greener Earth. How awesome is that?

Here is more about these amazing batteries from their website:

New Environmentally-Respectful Batteries.With Unexcelled Power And Uncommon Responsibility.

The proof is all about us. Our planet is "going green." And to help that cause, Fuji EnviroMAX™ batteries bring a long-overdue dimension of eco-responsibility to the replacement battery market - along with unsurpassed power and longevity! You truly get the best of both worlds with Fuji EnviroMAX - at no added cost. Independent tests show Fuji EnviroMAX batteries equal, and most often exceed the performance and longevity of equivalent major brands. But that's only part of the Fuji EnviroMAX story. A Whole NEW "Green" Kind of Alkaline Battery.

The materials that make up a Fuji EnviroMAX battery are derived from the basic elements of the Earth. There is nothing inside a Fuji EnviroMAX battery that will harm the environment if it is disposed of through normal waste systems. A few reasons why are that Fuji EnviroMAX batteries contain no harmful mercury, cadmium - nor are they packaged with dangerous (and non-recyclable) PVC plastic. Instead, Fuji EnviroMAX batteries are made in some of the world's most eco-respectful battery plants, operating under some of the most strict standards of environmental responsibility. In fact, most of all resources used in the Fuji EnviroMAX manufacturing process are reused and recycled! What's more, Fuji EnviroMAX batteries are labeled and packaged with recycled paper and P.E.T. plastic. The result is batteries that meet a world standard for environmental responsibility and recyclable materials. And no other batteries are so respectful of our environment as Fuji EnviroMAX.

When I heard about this innovative battery, I was immediately sold on it. Mother Earth needs this! I was given the opportunity to test out their AA and AAA sizes. It makes me feel so much better using these in my home and I can now feel comfortable disposing batteries of this kind. They are safe for the user and they're safe for our environment. It's a win-win situation!

Today, Fuji EnviroMAX batteries are designed to be enviornmentally respectful. Here is a look at Fuji EnviroMAX's environmental report card:
  • About twenty years ago, Fuji Batteries was ableto produce batteries that were Mercury-Free.
  • Today, Fuji Batteries also produces batteries that areCadmium-Free.
  • Ozone-depleting compounds have been eliminated in theproduction of Fuji EnviroMAX batteries.
Fuji EnviroMAX would like to offer one lucky reader an assortment of batteries in sizes AAA, AA, C and D! Start living a greener life today!

To enter this environmentally friendly GIVEAWAY, please visit their website and tell me something else not mentioned about this company. Click "comments" below this posting and leave a message as your entry. It's that simple! Be sure to leave your email address so I can contact you if you're the lucky winner. You do not need to have a Google account to comment. You may do so with just your name.

For more ways to win, you can do any of the additional entry options below. Each one counts as one separate entry.
  • Subscribe to my blog via email - be sure to leave your email address
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  • Blog about this giveaway (Facebook, Twitter, etc.) and let me know the address so I can find it
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  • Tell me what you love about this company
  • In what ways are you living a greener lifestyle?
  • Email three or more people about this giveaway and CC me: susannahbananaATliveDOTcom

**Be sure to check out my "CURRENT GIVEAWAYS" list on the right hand side of my blog.

**This giveaway ends on July 20th and is open to U.S. residents. **Be sure to leave a separate comment for each entry. **The winner will be announced on July 21st.

403 comments:

  1. I learned that they can be disposed of in most landfills.

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  2. Fuji Batteries maintain strength throughout the whole life of the battery. Our C and D sized batteries will not destroy the items being used if they're improperly installed, and can be used in extreme weather conditions. Thanks for the giveaway!

    luckymegs1981 AT yahoo DOT com

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  3. Fuji was able to make batteries mercury free 20 years ago!

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  4. The batteries do not contain any trace of mercury!

    cav1129@gmail.com

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  5. I learned that these batteries will be sold in many Target stores starting this month (July)!

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  6. From the site I learned that these batteries are currently available at Amazon.com, but will soon be for sale at Ace Hardware, Tru Value Hardware, Sears, Target, and other well-known and local outlets.

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  7. One thing I love about this company: Among other things, their plant in Japan had zero waste emissions in 2007. So they are practicing what they preach!

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  8. They can be thrown out in the garbage.

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  9. The Fuji EnviroMAX battery is great for your:

    Video Camera
    Digital Camera
    Camcorder
    Hand Held Game
    CD Player
    MP3 Player
    PDA
    Personal Organizer
    Headphones
    Remote Control
    Calculator
    Clock
    Flashlight
    Walkie-Talkie
    Toys
    Other

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  10. Fuji batteries are Packaged With Recycled Materials.
    traymona[at]aol.com

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  11. Fuji has founded two group companies that specialize in environmental measurement/analysis, environmental consultation and recycling.

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  12. Fuji batteries are Packaged With Recycled Materials.

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  13. I get your email updates.
    Scott
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  14. ooops! may have left the same comment twice due to kept getting error messages from Blogger...should only have two entries! sorry! thanks!
    Scott
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  15. I learned that "About twenty years ago, Fuji Batteries was able
    to produce batteries that were Mercury-Free.
    Today, Fuji Batteries also produces batteries that are
    Cadmium-Free.
    Ozone-depleting compounds have been eliminated in the
    production of Fuji EnviroMAX batteries."

    sphinxcw at aol dot com

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  16. I had not heard of these batteries...very cool. I like the fact that they have the following features: * Dispose of in Most Landfills*
    * NO Harmful Elements
    * Packaged With Recycled Materials
    * More Power & Longer Lasting
    Scott
    nynekats at aol dot com

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  17. I get your emails.
    Angie
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  18. very impressed with this item! I love that they can be sent to landfills without having to worry, unlike typical batteries that leech toxins into the soil and waterways.
    Angie
    one 4 earth at aol dot com

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  19. Their plant in Japan had zero waste emissions in 2007

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  20. I learned:
    "At all Fuji plants in Japan, we achieved zero waste emissions in 2007, and have totally eliminated waste emissions since the end of 2004.

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  21. What I love about the company is their dedication to omitting dangerous products from their batteries, and their environmental awareness.

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  22. I'm recycling everything I can - cans, paper, bottles, magazines, catalogs, cardboard -, using CFL bulbs throughout the house, watching our energy and water usage.

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  23. We also promote effective use of resources by recovering, reusing and recycling end of use products. In fact, we have now achieved a recycling rate of 93.3%.

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  24. can be tossed into the garbage safely

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  25. love they care about earth and try before they have to to make it a better place

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  26. use recycleable bags and repurpose all we cann

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  27. I learned that they can be thrown in the garbage! YEAH!
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  28. The batteries do not contain any trace of mercury!

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  29. I learned you can throw the batteries away in the garbage. I also learned there is no mercury in them.
    dawns_horizen@yahoo.com

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  30. I learned at first glance they look like and are the size of any other battery.

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  31. I subscribe via email at:
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  32. I subscribe via Google Reader at:
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  33. following at twitter (bloggyfinds)

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  34. tweeted here (bloggyfinds):
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  35. blog button on sidebar here:
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  36. I love that Fuji has been way ahead of the competition in terms of eco friendly.

    jeanilynne at gmail dot com

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  37. We are living greener by no longer using individual bottles for our water, make our own laundry detergent, hang clothes outside to dry whenever possible then toss for a few minutes in dryer to fluff, turned down hot water heater, turned down furnace thermostat, turned up a/c thermostat, use cold water for most laundry and have changed all lightbulbs to CFL.

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  38. I emailed 3 friends w/cc

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  39. I learned a lot about Fuji Batteries one of which was "Ozone-depleting compounds have been eliminated in the
    production of Fuji EnviroMAX batteries."

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  40. no worries about throwing these away... they will nod damage electronics if improperly installed

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  41. rss subscriber who really has to try these!

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  42. I love that fuji doesn't just sell environmentally products... they 'live' environmentally friendly, too!

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  43. I recycle everything they'll let me here, I don't often use disposable anything... I have been known to look at a product in the store and buy or not buy just because of the way it is packaged...

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  44. The corporate offices are in Mahwah, New Jersey.
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  45. I subscribe.
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  46. They don't contain mercury which a big plus when it comes to having young kids.

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  47. At all Fuji plants in Japan, we achieved zero waste emissions in 2007, and have totally eliminated waste emissions since the end of 2004.

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  48. I follow on Twitter

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  49. i learned that their japanese plant had no waste emissions

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  50. Count me in!!!
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  51. it's not considered hazardous waste

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  52. You can fill out a form on their website to get at least four discount offers per year.
    Jennifer, jennem22 at yahoo dot com

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  53. For well over a decade, Fuji's environmental commitment and achievements are a matter of international record.
    On the site it then lists a summary.

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  54. We're going green here at home by recycling, picking up garabage when we see it and I always use my own bags.

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  55. What I love about this companyy is that they have green batteries and care about our environment and have for years.

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  56. You can sign up by email to receive special promotions!

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  57. I follow you on Twitter @hayatiggs

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  58. I tweeted!

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  59. I love that they're green, all the way down to the packaging!

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  60. I've been buying more recycled products, like paper plates and paper towels.

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  61. Fuji reduced VOC emissions by 29.5% from 2000 levels.

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  62. I am living a greener lifestyle by composting kitchen waste.

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  63. I learned that the batteries are made from recycled materials, are mercury free, can be disposed of in landfills, and last longer than most batteries!!

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  64. I've started using reusable grocery bags- which I love!! I've also been a lot better about recycling everything I can and trying to buy products that don't harm the environment as much.

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  65. I love that this company is taking the time, money, and energy needed to really make a difference when it comes to the environment, and they made it so easy for us. All we have to do is buy the battery and it's not hurting us at all since they batteries are great and you can use them in practically everything!

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  66. Their batteries do not contain any traces of mercury. Sweet.

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  67. Subscriber by emailing.


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  68. Follow on the blog.

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  69. Packaged With Recycled Materials. Thanks. magic5905@embarqmail.com

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  70. You can buy on line at amazon.com

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  71. I learned: Recycled paper and plastics are used in the production of Fuji EnviroMAX batteries most of the time.

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  72. I live green by composting

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  73. that they can go into the landfill without polluting pleases me

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  74. They can be disposed of in landfills! Thanks for the chance.
    mogrill@comcast.net

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  75. packaged in recycled packages

    autumn398 @ yahoo.com

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  76. i follow via google reader

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  77. Fuji suppliers must also construct and operate an environmental management system based on a standard such as ISO 14001.

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  78. I'm living green by using all my own bags at stores.

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  79. The batteries do not contain any trace of mercury.
    cassandra@aubut.net

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  80. subscribe via email
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  81. subscribe via google reader
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  82. folow on Twitter
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  83. I learned that they can be disposed of in most landfills!

    jls_wss2003 at yahoo dot com

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  84. I subscribe via email!

    jls_wss2003 at yahoo dot com

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  85. I subscribe via bloglines!

    jls_wss2003 at yahoo dot com

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  86. I'm trying to be greener by using ecofriendly cleaning products!

    jls_wss2003 at yahoo dot com

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  87. I love that these batteries are eco-friendly! That's great!

    jls_wss2003 at yahoo dot com

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  88. One thing not mentioned is there's a market of opportunity to become a dealer or distributor for the company.

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  89. I subscribe via email.

    bgcchs@yahoo.com

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  90. What I love is that the company is going greener.

    bgcchs@yahoo.com

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  91. I'm living greener by buying organic food, using canvas bags to carry my groceries, and walking wherever I go.

    bgcchs@yahoo.com

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  92. The batteries are packaged with recycled materials -- great!

    acm211 [at] gmail [dot] com

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  93. I learned that Fuji has founded two group companies that specialize in environmental measurement/analysis, environmental consultation and recycling.

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  94. I subscribed with Google Reader

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  95. I follow you on Twitter - bsw529

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  96. I tweeted: http://twitter.com/bsw529/status/2644342635

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  97. they are dedicated to environmental conservation.
    tiffany8yeh@gmail.com

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  98. I talked about this Giveaway on Facebook - barbarawr

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  99. I love that they are going green WITHOUT making the batteries rechargeable. I really hate those things!

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  100. subscribed to feed.
    tiffany8yeh@gmail.com

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  101. subscribed to email.
    tiffany8yeh@gmail.com

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  102. To be green, I recycle everything I can, use reusable grocery bags 100% of the time, replaced all my light bulbs with the energy efficient ones, have ceiling fans in all the rooms, make my own green cleaners, and do all my laundry at one time (so the dryer only has to heat up one time). I also plan my errands around my kids' schedules so that I can use as little gas as possible

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  103. I learned The materials that make up a Fuji EnviroMAX battery are derived from the basic elements of the Earth.

    mercsmercado at yahoo dot com

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  104. I subscribe via email

    mercsmercado at yahoo dot com

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  105. I subscribe via reader


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  106. According to the website, "Fuji has founded two group companies that specialize in environmental measurement/analysis, environmental consultation and recycling."

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  107. I love that the batteries don't have to be disposed in any special way to keep them from harming the environment.

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  108. We are trying to recycle more and use less power by turning off lights in rooms we aren't in, using CFLs, etc. We also make sure to use both sides of our printer paper whenever possible. Small things, but they still have an impact.

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  109. Buy it online at Amazon
    offine they have 4 stores to buy from.

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  110. We promote zero-emissions and mostly eliminate landfill waste and simple incineration. We also promote effective use of resources by recovering, reusing and recycling end of use products. In fact, we have now achieved a recycling rate of 93.3%.

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  111. Email subscriber

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  112. Subscribe google reader

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  113. Following on Twitter-jellibeenz1978

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  114. Have your button on blog, www.
    iheartshoppingmomma.blogspot.com

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  115. We are living greener by recycling as much as we possibly can. The kids are really getting into it and it is exciting for them finding stuff thru the house to recycle!

    jellibeenz1978@hotmail.com

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  116. I love this company for taking a stand and making their company better for the environment. If everyone does their part, we can make it a better place for our own children!
    jellibeenz1978@hotmail.com

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  117. Beverly:
    Going green here at our house.
    Growing a garden, composting, recycleding every thing we can.
    And Fuji batteries are packaged
    with recycled materials.

    littlebevi@aol.com

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  118. they are packaged with recycled material
    throuthehaze at gmail dot com

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  119. email subscriber
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  120. subscribe in google reader
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  121. follow on twitter @throuthehaze
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  122. blogged
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  123. button
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  124. These batteries are packaged with recycled materials

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  125. Fuji batteries are green. No mercury.

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  126. Fuji is Green! Right down to the packaging!

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  127. I learned that Fuji EnviroMAX batteries can be thrown away in the garbage, which is really helpful.

    xpbloch at juno dot com

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  128. I'm a subscriber!

    xpbloch at juno dot com

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  129. I'm trying to live a greener lifestyle by recycling and using a stainless water bottle, as well as teaching my children the importance of reducing our impact on the environment.

    xpbloch at juno dot com

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  130. I love that this company truly cares about the earth and want people to use their batteries to be good to the environment and not just make them more money.

    xpbloch at juno dot com

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  131. they can be used in extreme weather conditions

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  132. they are recycled packaged items

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  133. Even the packaging is "green"
    What a great company!!

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  134. I learned that these are sold on Amazon.com!
    Thank you for the giveaway :)
    hurdler4eva(at)gmail(dot)com

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  135. I love that Fuji has reduced their packaging and focused on making the entire product greener.
    Thank you for the giveaway :)
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  136. I am living a greener lifestyle by biking to work everyday instead of driving. It takes a lot longer but it is so worthwhile - better for ME AND THE WORLD!
    Thank you for the giveaway :)
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  137. I can buy these from Amazon! Great giveaway-thanks!

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  138. I subscribe to emails!

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  139. twitter follower
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  140. your button is up

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  141. I am going green by taking reusable bags to the grocery store!

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  142. What I love about this company is that they seem committed to taking care of our earth! Also love that the batteries are better quality as well!

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  143. Their plant in Japan had zero waste emissions in 2007. That's pretty awesome!

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  144. I am living green by hanging more clothes and doing a gardensurgain

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  145. They can be thrown in the garbage without worry.

    brandon_ralston@hotmail.com

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  146. I follow on twitter

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  147. i learned that these batteries are currently available at Amazon.com

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  148. learned they are available at Amazon.com

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  149. I learned this: At all Fuji plants in Japan, we achieved zero waste emissions in 2007, and have totally eliminated waste emissions since the end of 2004.

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  150. button ceeceeblogger.blogspot.com

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  151. Tweeted http://twitter.com/cdziuba/status/2654711114

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  152. Blogged http://ceeceeblogger.blogspot.com/2009/07/batteries-giveaway-from-funky-monkey.html

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  153. What I love about this company is their environmentally-driven philosophy, and their entirely GRENN mindset.

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  154. In what ways am I living a Greener lifestyle?

    I don't buy paper plates, towels, napkins, and am reusing and recycling much more conscientiously.

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  155. Posted your giveaway on my Facebook page Carol P Dziuba

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  156. fuji has achieved the recycling rate of 93.3%
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  157. They are packaged in recycled material to further help the environment. Thanks for the chance.

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  158. They are even packaged using recycled materials!

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  159. I subscribe via email - fortara {at} gmail {dot} com

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  160. I follow on twitter - knitmomma

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  161. Fuji EnviroMAX batteries are designed to be enviornmentally respectful. Please accept my entry. Thank you.

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  162. The Fuji batteries maintain strength throughout the whole life of the battery. Thanks!

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  163. I subscribe to this blog!

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  164. I live a greener life by using reusable containers for lunches and snacks instead of plastic bags.

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  165. How wonderful, they can be thrown out in the garbage.

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  166. I've been looking for "green" batteries for such a long time, I'm so glad to see these make their debut! I learned that Fuji has founded two group companies that specialize in environmental measurement/analysis, environmental consultation and recycling.

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  167. I subscribe
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  168. I follow on Twitter as Jessilyn82

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  169. Blogged about it: http://jessilyn82.blogspot.com/2009/07/check-out-funky-monkey-to-enter-to-win.html

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  170. Added your button http://jessilyn82.blogspot.com/

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  171. I love that not only is Fuji committed to not harming the environment, they back up their statements with facts and their records are an open book. Cool company!

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  172. At all Fuji plants in Japan, we achieved zero waste emissions in 2007, and have totally eliminated waste emissions since the end of 2004

    :) Thank you for the wonderful giveaway! :)

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  173. I'm living a greener lifestyle by driving a car that gets good fuel mileage, buying products with less packaging, recycling as much as possible, using reusable grocery bags, and starting a compost pile.

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  174. Recycled paper and plastics are used in the production of Fuji EnviroMAX batteries most of the time.

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  175. I subscribe

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  176. Mercury free batteries for over 20 years. WOW

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  177. Under Uses I found-Find The Eco Respectful Replacement Battery,which gives the right battery for your device. jelly15301@gmail.com

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  178. E-mail subscriber. jelly15301@gmail.com

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  179. Yahoo reader subscriber. jelly15301@gmail.com

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  180. Twitter follower. username-jelly15301------jelly15301@gmail.com

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  181. I had new windows installed which makes the house greener by saving energy. jelly15301@gmail.com

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  182. They will sell these batteries in target stores this month

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