Lead the Charge on National Battery Day!

Join us and our collection partners as we celebrate National Battery Day (February 18) by recycling your old rechargeable batteries!* Throughout the month of February, consumers can enter to win prizes just by posting a picture of themselves recycling their used household batteries* at one of our collection sites. Call2Recycle will give away $250 gift cards to eight lucky battery recyclers** in the US.


CONSUMERS

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1. Visit any of our national retail partners’ locations below to drop off your used batteries for recycling* or find another recycling location near you through our collection site locator.

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2. Modern mobile phone in hand isolated on white backgroundTake a picture of yourself recycling a battery* at one of our collection sites.

3. Submit your photo here, or through Twitter and Facebook using the hashtag #NBD2016Recycle2Win. Remember to tag us and to tag the collection site to thank them for the service.

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COLLECTION SITES & PARTNERS

We thank all of our partners that are helping us spread the word about the National Battery Day campaign. megaphone-icon-green-300x300To help promote this campaign, click here.

 


*Make sure your batteries are accepted at the collection site by visiting our drop-off locator. The standard Call2Recycle program only accepts dry-cell rechargeable batteries weighing 11 lbs. or less. Some collection sites nationwide and all collection sites in Vermont can accept all household batteries for recycling.
**Rules and conditions apply.

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