Staples Receives Call2Recycle’s 1 Million KG Collection Award

One Million Kilograms of used household batteries collected and recycled through partnership with Call2Recycle Canada

Toronto, ON, April 24, 2019 – Staples Canada, The Working and Learning Company, has officially collected more than one million kilograms of used household batteries through Call2Recycle’s battery recycling program – equivalent to the weight of two full 747 jumbo jets. Staples Canada partnered with Call2Recycle, Canada’s national consumer battery collection and recycling program, in 2004 to collect used batteries from customers and employees and ensure ...

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Federal Government Awards Battery Recycling Contract to Call2Recycle Canada

Call2Recycle’s turnkey program continues convenient battery collection and recycling for Government of Canada departments across the country

 

Toronto—April 10, 2019 – GCSurplus, the official surplus assets sales agent for the Government of Canada, has once again selected Call2Recycle Canada, Inc., Canada’s national battery collection and recycling organization, as the preferred battery recycling service provider for all federal departments until 2022.  Call2Recycle Canada, Inc. has collected batteries from Federal Government locations since 2014 when the program was awarded its first five-year ...

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Regulated Battery Stewardship Program to Launch in PEI

CALL2RECYCLE CANADA AND THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITIES, LAND AND ENVIRONMENT HOST SCHOOL EVENT TO PROMOTE BATTERY RECYCLING

Toronto, ON – March 7, 2019 – Call2Recycle Canada, Inc., Canada’s leading consumer battery collection and recycling organization, has been selected as Prince Edward Island’s regulated battery stewardship program by the Prince Edward Island Department of Communities, Land and Environment. Effective April 1, 2019, the five-year plan formalizes the existing collection and recycling of single-use and rechargeable consumer batteries across Prince Edward Island. 

To ...

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Canadians Are Going Green: Call2Recycle Canada Diverts Record Number Of Batteries in 2018

MORE THAN 2.7 MILLION KILOGRAMS OF USED BATTERIES DIVERTED FROM CANADIAN LANDFILLS IN 2018

Toronto, ON – January 23, 2019 – Call2Recycle Canada, Inc., Canada’s national consumer battery collection and recycling program, reports that Canadians recycled more than 2.7-million kilograms of household batteries in 2018, an increase of 3 per cent over 2017 and a record for the organization.  

“Thanks to provincial regulations and partnerships with our collection network, including retailers and depots, Canadians are becoming increasingly aware of the ...

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Prince Edward Island Approves Call2Recycle Canada, Inc. As It’s Official Single-Use and Rechargeable Battery Stewardship Program

ORGANIZATION TO ADMINISTER GOVERNMENT-MANDATED
CONSUMER BATTERY RECYCLING PROGRAM 

Toronto, ON – December 12, 2018 – Call2Recycle Canada, Inc., Canada’s leading consumer battery collection and recycling organization, has been approved by the Prince Edward Island Department of Communities, Land and Environment as a regulated battery stewardship program to collect and recycle consumer batteries.  Its five-year, all-battery consumer collection and recycling plan will be implemented in early 2019.

“Since 1997, we have operated a very successful voluntary battery recycling program in P.E.I ...

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Break the Battery Hoarder Habit This Spring

Call2Recycle campaign educates and promotes responsible battery recycling

TORONTO, April 19, 2018Call2Recycle® Canada, the country’s leading consumer battery stewardship and recycling program, is encouraging consumers to declutter living spaces and break the battery hoarder habit by recycling used batteries. Individuals can even enter to win a Charged Up Battery Kit from Call2Recycle to jumpstart their battery recycling efforts, which kicks off on Earth Day.

With the busy nature of life, it’s easy to become a battery hoarder. Be it ...

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