Call2Recycle was selected as the preferred provider for battery recycling for Canada’s federal government agencies and departments. Read More
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Call2Recycle Canada sees 67% growth in campus collections in 2013 Read More
Collections for the U.S. and Canada increased by 12.6% in 2013, marking the 17th consecutive year of increased battery collections for Call2Recycle with a total of 11 million pounds (5 million kilograms) being diverted last year. Read More
Holiday shoppers’ plans for disposal of old cordless products—specifically those being replaced by new holiday purchases—lands Americans and Canadians on the “Nice List,” according to results of a survey released today. Read More
Unprecedented Success: British Columbia, Manitoba and Quebec Municipalities Lead Canada’s Battery Recycling Surge
Canadian municipalities in British Columbia, Manitoba and Quebec have collected 625,000 kilograms of alkaline and rechargeable batteries so far this year via Call2Recycle. This benchmark represents an increase of more than 328% over the same time period in 2012. Read More
Call2Recycle® today announced it has set a new program record by collecting 1.7 million kilograms (3.7 million pounds) of used batteries in Canada so far this year. This reflects an increase of 27% from what was collected in all of 2012, with two months still remaining in the calendar year. The milestone marks the largest amount the organization has recycled in one-year since its program launched in Canada in 1997. Read More