As Canada’s national and leading battery collection and recycling program, Call2Recycle® has been voluntarily collecting batteries in Saskatchewan for recycling since 1997 and has established a strong presence in the province. Effective, January 1, 2021, Call2Recycle will operate a new government-approved consumer battery collection and recycling program according to The Household Hazardous Waste Products Stewardship Regulation.

Recycling Batteries has never been easier

Call2Recycle accepts used household batteries (weighing less than 5 kg each), excluding small sealed lead acid (SSLA), in its program.  In partnership with municipalities and retailers, Call2Recycle has established convenient drop off locations across the province for Saskatchewan residents.  Retailers, municipalities, businesses and other locations may inquire about becoming a Call2Recycle collection partner.

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). MORE

Become a Steward

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

 SASKATCHEWAN PROGRAM UPDATES

 

  • If you sell, distribute or manufacture and are the first importer of batteries into the province, we encourage you to review the regulation to determine your obligation.  If you determine that your organization is obligated, you will be required to implement a solution for the collection and safe disposal of hazardous waste including single-use and rechargeable household batteries. Call2Recycle is committed to working as your trusted partner fulfilling your battery recycling obligations in Saskatchewan and all of Canada’s regulated provinces.
  • If you determine you are obligated under The Household Hazardous Waste Products Stewardship Regulation, you will be able to register Saskatchewan as a new jurisdiction in Call2Recycle’s online reporting portal, GreenTrax, starting October 2020.
  • An updated product guide and fee schedule will be posted the Steward Resources section of this website in October 2020, in accordance with the 90-day notice period prior to the program effective date scheduled for January 1, 2021.