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    18 consecutive years of growth: Thanks to you, we diverted 5.4 million kg of batteries (nearly 12 million pounds) from landfills - Read more
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P.E.I. and Call2Recycle Sign Agreement To Divert Batteries From Landfills

August 13, 2015

Toronto, ON – Aug 12, 2015 – Canada’s national consumer battery recycling organization, Call2Recycle Canada, Inc. and the province of Prince Edward Island (P.E.I.) are working together to divert even more batteries from landfill. On July 23, the parties formalized … Continue reading


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Battery Recycling Charged Up Across North America

August 06, 2015

Key partners drive collections; Call2Recycle reports more than 2.6 million kilograms (5.7 million pounds) of batteries collected Atlanta, U.S./Toronto, Canada – Aug 6, 2015 – Thanks to consumers, retailers, and municipalities, more than 2.6 million kilograms (5.7 million pounds) of … Continue reading



Household Battery Stewardship Programs Launched in more Canadian Provinces

August 03, 2015

In New Brunswick In June, New Brunswick’s Department of Environment and Local Government and Call2Recycle Canada announced a partnership to launch a new battery stewardship program in New Brunswick. The program enables residents to recycle their single-use and rechargeable household batteries … Continue reading



BatBox to the Rescue in Winnipeg

August 01, 2015

Two years ago, Winnipeg resident and city council member Grant Nordman was hovering over his trash, with the battery from his smoke detector in hand, when he had a flash of guilt. He knew if he threw it in the … Continue reading


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Call2Recycle Canada, Inc. Elects Norman Clubb as Chairperson of its Board of Directors

July 07, 2015

Call2Recycle Canada, Inc. which operates the country’s first and largest consumer battery stewardship program, has elected Norman Clubb as Chairperson of its Board of Directors. Clubb, who most recently served as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Diversey Holdings Inc., has served on the Call2Recycle Canada, Inc. Board of Directors since 2013. Continue reading


The non-profit organization that operates the Call2Recycle® program is officially changed from Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation Canada (RBRCC) to Call2Recycle Canada, Inc.