There is just one exception, however: Some Ikea products rely on tiny, non-rechargeable button cell batteries, and the company plans to continue stocking those in the near term.
The company cites the results of several comparative studies as the main driver for its decision, noting that alkaline batteries have a more pronounced environmental impact than their rechargeable, nickel-metal hydride counterparts when used in "high-drain" devices like portable speakers and digital cameras. And as you'd expect, the environmental value of rechargeable batteries only grows the longer you use them.
Ikea claims that after ten charges of a NIMH battery "greenhouse gas emissions
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