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BC Residents Embrace Battery Recycling, Hitting New Milestones

October 20, 2014

Today, Call2Recycle Canada – British Columbia’s approved battery recycling program – reached a collection milestone of 403,500 kilograms of batteries to date for 2014, equal to the weight of 57 full grown elephants, surpassing the total sum of batteries collected and diverted in the province in 2013. Continue reading



British Columbia Stewardship Plan Consultations

October 10, 2014

As part of the upcoming renewal of stewardship plans with the British Columbia Ministry of Environment for 2015-2019, Recycle My Cell, Switch the ‘Stat, Brewers Distributor, Ltd. and Call2Recycle Canada, Inc. are holding public consultations throughout the province. Continue reading



Call2Recycle Offers Ontario Municipalities Rechargeable Battery Recycling Options

October 08, 2014

As of October 1, Ontario municipalities have seen a change in funding for recycling rechargeable batteries. Call2Recycle Canada, Inc. is offering a comprehensive municipal program that continues to support the recycling efforts of communities by funding Ontario municipalities for rechargeable battery collections. Continue reading



What happens to your batteries when you recycle them?

September 22, 2014

What happens to your batteries and cellphones when you recycle them with Call2Recycle? Find out how we ensure nothing ends up in landfills. Continue reading



Speaking Out for Call2Recycle

September 18, 2014

What do you think of when you hear the word ‘Call2Recycle?’ Batteries? Our branded box? The face of Richard Karn, Guy LaFleur or Danny Seo? Since the very beginning Call2Recycle has relied on popular personalities to draw attention to Call2Recycle’s … Continue reading



Tulsa’s ‘Recycle Michael’

September 18, 2014

In the metro Tulsa area, Michael Patton has earned the nickname “Recycle Michael” for his tireless work in advocating recycling to the local community. Patton is executive director of Tulsa’s Metropolitan Environmental Trust (M.e.t.), a non-profit recycling organization started in … Continue reading



Canadian Defence Research Agency Partners with Call2Recycle to Centralize its Battery Recycling

September 18, 2014

  What do a G-suit, motorized wheelchair, Alouette 1 satellite, Black Brant rockets, carbon dioxide lasers, flight data recorders, the Ballard fuel cell membrane and the Bombsniffer have in common? Defence Research and Development Canada (DRDC). Over the years, DRDC researchers, sometimes in partnership … 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.