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2015 Waste Reduction Week

October 01, 2015

Call2Recycle’s National Waste Ace Contests motivate Canadians to recycle hoarded batteries. As Canada’s national battery recycling stewardship organization, Call2Recycle Canada will be celebrating Waste Reduction Week (October 19-25) this year by calling on Canadians to stop hoarding dead batteries. Canadians who … Continue reading



How Vancouver General Hospital Improved its Battery Collections by 20% in Just One Year

September 16, 2015

Walk into any hospital and within minutes you will see battery-powered medical devices, whether it’s an oral thermometer, defibrillator, infusion pump or otoscope. But what happens to the batteries hidden in those portable devices once they lose their charge? At … Continue reading



Recycling is Important at any Age

September 16, 2015

Teaching children about responsible recycling at a young age can often influence their behavior as adults. To raise awareness, Call2Recycle Canada partnered with a variety of children’s organizations, including EcoKids and Earth Rangers, for special contests this past spring and … Continue reading



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


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