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    Waste Diversion Ontario (WDO) Makes Decision on Call2Recycle Canada’s Single-Use Battery Industry Stewardship Plan (ISP)
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    What happens to our batteries?
    Watch this video on what happens to batteries after they're dropped in a Call2Recycle box
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     2013 Collections
    17 consecutive years of growth: Thanks to you, we diverted over 5 million kg of batteries (11 million pounds) from landfills - Read more
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    Batteries Power Our Daily Lives
    We use mobile devices every day – all powered by batteries. When that battery-power runs out, it's important to recycle them. Find your recycling location
 
 
 
 
 
 
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100 Million Recycled

100 Million Pounds and Counting: Consumer Battery Recycling Program Hits Historic Milestone

December 08, 2014

Call2Recycle celebrates 20 years of protecting the environment by diverting used batteries and cellphones from North American landfills Atlanta – December 8, 2014 – In a fitting salute to its 20th anniversary, Call2Recycle, Inc., North America’s first and largest consumer battery … Continue reading

 

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Environmental Stewardship Organization Secures Preeminent Sustainability Certification

December 04, 2014

Organizations committed to recycling batteries can remain assured that their collection efforts adhere to thestrictest and most up-to-date standard for environmental safety and social responsibilityby partnering with Call2Recycle, Inc. North America’s most comprehensive consumer battery recycling program announced today that the latest version of the Responsible Recycling Practices Standard (R2) certification, R2:2013, has been issued to Call2Recycle, Inc. Continue reading

 

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What is a Typical Call2Recycle Collection Site?

November 18, 2014

Call2Recycle has about 34,000 locations where consumers can drop off their batteries to be recycled. But recently we asked the question: What exactly is the ‘typical’ collection site for Call2Recycle? The answer shouldn’t be surprising. There are no ‘typical’ collection … Continue reading

 

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Future Leaders Share the Recycling Message

November 18, 2014

The next generation will shape our future environmental policies, especially those around recycling. These future leaders search for new ways to blend technology, education and environmental conservation. Throughout our 20 year history, we found many ways to educate, sponsor and … Continue reading

 

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Science World’s BC Games Winner: Smithers’ Students Bring Innovative Thinking to Green Food Production

November 18, 2014

Albert Einstein once said: “To raise new questions, new possibilities, to regard old problems from a new angle requires creative imagination and marks real advances in science.” Einstein was most certainly referring to the general scientific community, not secondary school … Continue reading

 

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Canadians Recycling More Batteries than Ever Before

November 10, 2014

More and more Canadians understand the importance of recycling their batteries, as proven by Call2RecycleCanada, Inc., Canada’s national consumer battery recycling program. Today, the organization announced it reached a milestone, collecting and recycling over 2 million kilograms of batteries across Canada – equal to the weight of two jumbo jets. 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.