Firstly, safety – The batteries can still carry an electrical charge and can be dangerous still so if you are not confident then I would recommend you put the whole thing into battery recycling rather than try to break it down yourself first. For those who wish to contine I have put a guide below on how I disassemble and recycle the Lost Mary or Bloody Mary disposable electronic vapes or Cigarettes I find.
First of all, get your tools ready, I use a couple of pairs of different sized Pliers, some snippers and a screwdriver.
Here we go, grab the big pliers and give the lid a wiggle and a yank.
Pull the bits of rubber and material out of the lid.
Now grab your smaller pliers and you should be able to grab the clear bit of hard plastic within the main case to pull all of the insides out in one go.
Now you can remove the other lid from the main case.
Next we have to focus on the insides, first remove the clear plastic completely, pull the sticky piece off the side too and give it a rince ready for recycling.
We can now disconnect the battery wires. I always start from the positive side as there is only one wire, cut that away.
You can see on the negative side they use a confusing mix of red and black wires, as you have already disconnected the positive side it should be safe to cut through both to disconnect the battery completely.
Pull apart the material that contains the liquid and snip the wires as shown below to separate them.
Pull them all apart and you should now have all parts separated.
Dispose of the hard plastic pieces and metal case in the recycling. Take the battery to a battery recycling collection point and the wires and components to a waste electrical recycling point. The rubber parts you can recycle in some places but not all accept them. The other material parts you may just have to throw in the bin.
Well done for recycling these items and having a positive impact, read more here: http://junglebiscuit.com/guide-on-how-to-recycle-disposable-electronic-vapes-or-cigarettes/