From wireless mics to battery-powered lights, remotes and some cameras, we use lots of disposable batteries in the video-producing world, as well as in other areas of our day-to-day lifestyle. Unfortunately, disposable batteries are bad for the environment, and proper disposal techniques arent always available, so we guiltily drop the dead batts into the trash with the rest of the garbage. We know about disposal facilities, but not all towns offer them nor make their use very convenient. The Fuji company has come up with FujiEnviroMAX batteries that have no harmful elements, like mercury and cadmium, are landfill-safe and are packaged using recycled materials instead of the PVC plastic many packaging materials carry. Fuji claims that not only do they make their batteries earth-friendly, but they also practice strict environmentally-healthy processing procedures during production. Most of the resources used in the Fuji EnviroMAX manufacturing process are reused and recycled. FujiEnviroMAX batteries come in AAA, AA, C and D sizes. Find out more online at www.greenfuji.com. Wall-E would be proud.