Recycling Batteries

Call2Recycle is the official battery stewardship program in British Columbia, and we accept used household batteries (weighing less than 5 kg each) at no charge. There are over 1,700 locations where you can recycle your batteries in B.C.

Recycle Your Batteries

Drop off your household batteries for recycling at convenient locations across the province. MORE

Become a Collection Partner

Join hundreds of other retailers, municipalities and businesses and begin collecting batteries at your location(s). LEARN MORE

Become a Steward

If you manufacture, distribute/sell, or import batteries in BC, you may have steward obligations. LEARN MORE

Recycling eMobility Products

Call2Recycle is an eMobility stewardship program in British Columbia, accepting eBikes, eScooters, eSkateboards, and Hoverboards to be recycled in their entirety (including the battery). Learn more about the British Columbia eMobility program.


Recycle Your eMobility Product

Recycle your end-of-life eBike, eScooter, eSkateboard or Hoverboard responsibly by filling out the Direct Pick-Up Request Form. We will handle the logistics, disassembly, and responsible recycling of each component, at no charge!

As the British Columbia provincial eMobility collection network expands, it will also be possible to drop off your eMobility product for recycling at convenient locations across the province. Find locations accepting eMobility products in their entirety by filtering your search on our site locator.


Become a Collection Partner

Join other retailers and recycling depots and begin collecting eBike, eScooter, eSkateboard or Hoverboard products in their entirety at your location(s). LEARN MORE

Become a Collection Partner

If you manufacture, distribute/sell, or import eMobility devices in B.C., you may have steward obligations. LEARN MORE

 BC eMobility Stewardship Plan Submission 

In British Columbia, sporting equipment with electrical or electronic components, including eBicycles, eScooters, eSkateboards and Hoverboards (eMobility), is regulated under the Recycling Regulation (Schedule 3, 2 (1)(g)). The regulation requires the producers of eMobility products to establish a program to ensure their eMobility products are recycled responsibly and in their entirety at the end of their useful life. The Ministry of Environment and Climate Change of British Columbia will enforce compliance in 2022. 

On March 1st, 2022, Call2Recycle submitted an Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) Plan for eMobility products, to implement on behalf of corporate stewards who appoint Call2Recycle to oversee the management of their end-of-life eMobility products.

We invite you to participate in the consultation process by reviewing the submission plan and/or participating in one of three webinars Call2Recycle will be hosting.

To register for the webinars, please select and click one of the dates below to be taken to the attendee registration login page.

  1. March 22nd, 2022 at 11:00 AM Pacific Time

The first session will be by invitation to all BCPSC members. Registration is not required.

  1. March 29th, 2022 at 11:00 AM Pacific Time

Open to all stakeholders. Registration required.

  1. April 5th, 2022 at 11:00 AM Pacific Time

Open to all stakeholders. Registration required.

 

Please click here for a copy of the BC Extended Producer Responsibility Plan for eMobility.