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    Ontario Battery Recycling: Why Call2Recycle?
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     2013 Collections
    17 consecutive years of growth
    Thanks to you, we diverted over 11 million pounds of batteries (5 million kg) from landfills - Read the press release
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    100% Recycled
    We divert everything from landfills. Find out what happens to the rechargeable batteries and cellphones.
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    Rechargeable Batteries Power Our Daily Lives
    We use mobile devices every day – all powered by rechargeable batteries. When that battery-power runs out, it's important to recycle them. Find your recycling location
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Battery Act

Battery Industry Leaders Unveil the First Ever Model All Battery Recycling Bill

June 12, 2014

HARTFORD, CT (June 12, 2014) – Four leading battery interest groups – the Corporation for Battery Recycling (CBR), the leading battery manufacturers from the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA), PRBA – The Rechargeable Battery Association and Call2Recycle, Inc. – yesterday … Read More

 

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A Time of Change: Call2Recycle Faces New Challenges in the 21st Century

June 12, 2014

In 1859, Gaston Planté invented the lead-acid battery–the first version of a ‘rechargeable’ battery. Little did he know that his battery, which used a lead anode and a lead dioxide cathode immersed in sulphuric acid, would launch an industry that extended well beyond powering lights in … Read More

 

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RCBC Zeroes in on Waste

June 12, 2014

The luxurious Fairmont Chateau Whistler hotel set in the Canadian Rocky Mountains was the backdrop for the Recycling Council of British Columbia’s (RCBC) annual general meeting and conference last month. The event also included RCBC’s annual award ceremony. The event … Read More

 

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Newalta Sorting Facilities Moving to Hamilton, ON

June 12, 2014

Call2Recycle’s Canadian battery-sorting partner Newalta is in the process of re-locating its national sorting operation from Fort Erie to Hamilton, Ontario. This year, Canadians have already recycled more than one million kilograms of batteries, a 26 per cent increase in … Read More

 

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Canadians Recycle One Million Kilograms of Batteries in Just Five Months

June 05, 2014

Provinces of British Columbia and Quebec lead national increase of 26 per cent over 2013 collections TORONTO (June 5, 2014)- Canadians are recycling rechargeable and single-use batteries at a record pace in 2014, achieving a new collections milestone of one … Read More

 

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DEWALT Sponsors Rechargeable Battery Trade-In Event

June 03, 2014

June – Dec 2014: Canadians can earn a ten per cent discount on a new rechargeable power tool battery by recycling used batteries TORONTO (June 2, 2014) – For the next seven months, DEWALT® customers in Canada can earn a … Read More

 

Battery Act

The 1996 Battery Act: The Fulfillment of a Dream

May 15, 2014

On May 13, 1996, President Bill Clinton signed into law the Mercury-Containing and Rechargeable Battery Management Act (The Battery Act). This was a major milestone in rechargeable battery recycling. The Act facilitated the recycling of Nickel Cadmium (Ni-Cd) and Small … Read More

 

Call2Recycle® is a product stewardship program providing no-cost battery and cellphone recycling solutions across the U.S. and Canada. Operated by Call2Recycle, Inc., a 501(c)4 nonprofit public service organization, the program is funded by battery and product manufacturers committed to responsible recycling.