The folks at Fuji are trying to spread the word about their new EnviroMAX batteries. They gave MAKE and CRAFT some bundles to give out to our readers. We’re giving away bundles of assorted batteries, sizes AAA to D, to two randomly-chosen Make: Online readers in the next 24 hours! Just leave us a comment below and be sure to include your email address in the form field (which won’t be published).

You can comment about whatever you wish, but maybe you can tell us if you still use disposable batteries — how and why — or if you use all rechargeables. All eligible comments will be closed on Tuesday, August 11th at 11am PDT. Good luck!

Here’s more about the Fuji EnviroMAX batteries:

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.

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Update: We have our winners! They are Drew (“Eyebee”) and Dave (wa4qal). Congrats! Emails sent.