Lithium-ion batteries and other types of batteries present fire dangers if community residents don't follow product instructions when using, storing or disposing of them.
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You should store lithium-ion batteries at room temperature when possible. Do not charge them at temperatures below 32 degrees F (0 degrees C) or above 105 degrees F (40 degrees C).
Source: NFPA PDF
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Stop using lithium-ion batteries if you notice an odor, change in color, too much heat, change in shape, leaking or odd noises.
Don't put lithium-ion batteries in the trash. Recycle them at your local battery recycling location.