Call2Recycle Announces 2020 Canadian Provincial Collections

Canadians Recycled a record 4.1 Million Kilograms of Used Batteries in 2020

Call2Recycle Applauds Canadians for Diverting Record-Breaking Amount of Batteries from Landfills Across the Country

 

Toronto, ON – February 16, 2021 – Call2Recycle Canada, Inc., Canada’s national consumer battery collection and recycling program, announces 4.1 million kilograms of household batteries were recycled in 2020. Despite the global pandemic impacting battery recycling habits, Canadians continuing to recycle their batteries safely contributed to the largest amount of ...

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Call2Recycle Introduces New Appointments to Board of Directors

Call2Recycle Canada, Inc. Announces Three New Appointments to Board of Directors

Dynamic Leaders in the Retail, Transportation and Battery Industries strengthen Call2Recycle’s positioning ahead of a significant period of growth

Toronto, Ontario. February 2, 2021 – Call2Recycle Canada, Inc., Canada’s first and largest consumer battery collection and recycling organization, is pleased to welcome three new members to its national Board of Directors. Marcus Boolish, Annalise Czerny and Julie Dickson Olmstead add to the board’s industry expertise with knowledge in transportation, government relations, ...

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Call2Recycle Canada Announces Three New Appointments to Board of Directors

New additions enhance the battery organization’s governance strength with expertise from the retail and growing electric mobility sectors

Toronto, Ontario. September 28, 2020 – Call2Recycle Canada, Inc., Canada’s first and largest consumer battery collection and recycling organization, is pleased to announce the appointments of Jordane Ferron, Raman Johal and Tim Reuss to its Board of Directors. The new members expand robust representation from the retail sector—a significant contributor to Call2Recycle’s battery collections—and establish governance representation from the emerging mobility sector.

Jordane Ferron ...

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National Battery Day 2020 Makes News

Coverage of National Battery day 2020 News:

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Canadians Divert Nearly 3 Million Kilograms of Batteries from Landfills in 2019

Call2Recycle Canada Reports Record-High Battery Collection Results for Second Straight Year

Toronto, ON – February 11, 2020 – Call2Recycle Canada, Inc., Canada’s national consumer battery collection and recycling program, announces the highest battery collection results since inception. Thanks to increased participation of Canadians, almost 3 million kilograms of household batteries were recycled in 2019, a 9 per cent increase over 2018 results.

Call2Recycle Canada also reports a more than 10 per cent increase in batteries collected in regulated provinces – ...

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Call2Recycle Canada, Inc. and Raw Materials Company commit to smooth transition to new regulatory environment

Ontario’s Consumer Battery Collection and Recycling to get Boost from New Partnership 

November 26, 2019, TORONTO, Ontario – Call2Recycle®, Canada’s first and largest consumer battery collection and recycling program, and Raw Materials Company (RMC), an industry leading battery-recycling company, will work together to enhance the collection and recycling of used consumer batteries across Ontario. The two companies are collaborating to offer residents, business and municipalities increased access to battery collection and recycling in the province. This comes as Call2Recycle will ...

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Joe Borsellino and Peter Daley Appointed to Call2Recycle Canada’s Board of Directors

New members add governance strength to Canada’s battery stewardship organization

Toronto, Ontario. July 25, 2019 – Call2Recycle Canada, Inc., Canada’s first and largest consumer battery recycling organization, is pleased to announce the appointment of two new members to its Board of Directors: Joe Borsellino and Peter Daley.  Each brings extensive industry experience and valuable perspectives to the board, strengthening Call2Recycle’s leadership as regulated product stewardship becomes a key provincial strategy for achieving waste management and environmental goals.

A dynamic and experienced ...

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