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After a stationary battery has been deemed spent (used) and is no longer required, it must be carefully managed and steered through a disposal and reclamation process. Failing this, the owner can fall foul of several regulatory requirements that may result in various legal actions and heavy fines or imprisonment. The owner is deemed, in many cases to be the person or entity that takes delivery of the battery from the manufacturer and uses that battery. Spent batteries are also referred to as junks or cores.