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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 Power 2014
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3 million and counting: Lowe’s hits rare milestone in battery recycling

April 24, 2014

Call2Recycle commends home improvement company for success of in-store recycling centers ATLANTA (April 24, 2014) – With more than 1,800 stores collecting rechargeable batteries from customers, Lowe’s Companies, Inc. (NYSE: LOW) has reached a rare milestone in the world of … Read More



Call2Recycle Celebrates 20 Years as Environmental Recycling Program Leader; Expands Retail Recycling Partnership with RadioShack to Hawaii and Puerto Rico

April 21, 2014

More than 7.1 Million Pounds of Rechargeable Batteries and Cell Phones Collected at RadioShack ATLANTA and FORT WORTH, Texas (April 21, 2014) – Celebrating a 20-year partnership, RadioShack and Call2Recycle® announced today that the battery collection and recycling program is expanding to stores in … Read More


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London Drugs Celebrates Earth Month with Recycling Promotion

April 15, 2014

April is a month of spring cleaning for many Canadians. Because April is also Earth Month, Canadian retail giant London Drugs thought it would also be the perfect time to encourage recycling.  So throughout April its local stores will accept … Read More



Earth Day Intersection: At the Corner of Recycling Knowledge and Behavior

April 15, 2014

When cleaning out an old purse, a mom laid on the table three items that were no longer useful: a lipstick with a color that was out-of-date, an old cellphone and some used crayons.  Her first inclination was to throw … Read More


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Make It Count for Earth Day

April 15, 2014

Earth Day is the largest environmental event in the world. More than six million Canadians—including almost every school-aged child—participate in a local Earth Day activity. Earth Day Canada, a national environmental charity and corporate partner with Call2Recycle, actively promotes participation … Read More



North America’s Battery Stewardship Organization Celebrates 20 Years of Growth Amidst Regulatory and Cultural Change

March 21, 2014

Call2Recycle—Battery and Cellphone Recycling Program — Celebrates its 20th Anniversary ATLANTA, (March 21, 2014) – Twenty years ago, five concerned battery manufacturers came together to minimize the environmental impact of the products they created and cast a vision for responsible battery … Read More



Shipping Innovation Surging Ahead

February 21, 2014

An article in the recent Winter issue of UPS’ Compass magazine spotlights the innovations developed between the logistics giant and Call2Recycle that allows batteries to be more efficiently collected and delivered for recycling. 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.