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Consumers to Lead the Charge for Recycling Batteries on National Battery Day

February 02, 2016

Call2Recycle, Inc., North America’s first and largest consumer battery stewardship organization, is encouraging consumers to lead the charge on the occasion of National Battery Day (February 18) by recycling their used batteries. Continue reading



The University Of Ottawa and Call2Recycle: Working Together for a Greener Campus

January 20, 2016

The University of Ottawa is the largest bilingual (English-French) university in the world. Known for its prestigious health, sciences and humanities programs, and located at the heart of Canada’s capital, the University of Ottawa is a unique place to learn, … Continue reading


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North American Battery Recycling Program Sets New Record in 2015

January 18, 2016

Call2Recycle, Inc. recycled more than 5.7-million kilograms of batteries in North America, 2.5-million in Canada Toronto, ON – January 19, 2016 –.  Call2Recycle, Inc., North America’s first and largest product stewardship organization managing the only no-cost battery and cellphone collection … Continue reading



Ring out the Old, Ring in the New!

December 16, 2015

In his 2014 report ‘Seasonal Factors in Retailing’, Deloitte’s Dr. Daniel Bachman defines the holiday season as November through January. This is time when consumers flood the stores and retailers spruce up their products to make them more appealing, in … Continue reading



P.E.I. Aces Join Hands to Recycle Batteries

December 16, 2015

Call2Recycle partnered with Stonepark Intermediate School in Charlottetown, P.E.I. – the largest Junior High School (Grades 7-9) on the island – to organize a friendly competition to see who could collect the most spent batteries and used cellphones during Waste Reduction Week. 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.