Introducing Call2recycle’s Refreshed Brand Identity and Website

Earlier this month, Call2Recycle revealed a refreshed brand identity, including an updated redesign of its U.S. website. The updates to the logo and positioning line, along with the website redesign is part of the organization’s interest to ensure that the values of Call2Recycle are represented through the various touchpoints of its brand.  “We are very excited to share a refreshed version of our brand. From the improved look and feel of our website to our updated logo and positioning statement, ...

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The Call2Recycle Battery Seal Celebrates Its 20th Birthday!

Did you realize that one of the most important historical symbols of Call2Recycle is its battery seal? Created in the early days of RBRC (The Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation), the forerunner to Call2Recycle, Inc., the seal symbolizes two decades of safe and responsible recycling of rechargeable batteries across North America.

How the Seal Came to Be

When Call2Recycle was created in 1994, the first challenge executives faced was establishing a way to fund operations and to meet the 1996 Battery Act labeling ...

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Next-generation Recycling Facility Epitomizes Convenience

Peerless Road has been a recycling site for British Columbia’s Cowichan Valley Regional District (CVRD) since the 1970s. Since its early days, the Recycling & Waste Management Division of Cowichan Valley has always made the recycling site available to residents in Ladysmith, Saltair, Chemainus, North Oyster, and Cedar. Over time, the site’s layout became inefficient for recycling purposes and difficult to access, especially in wet conditions. By the end of 2011, the only leftover from the site’s original purpose was ...

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Sponsoring FCM’s Tour de Force

bikes royalty freeDuring the first week of July, almost 2,000 cyclists will be snaking their way through the French-speaking countryside in a well-known stage-race.  Among them will be Chris Karambatsos, Andrew Rubin, Luc Chayer, and Philip Swain, collectively representing the FCM Recycling team.

However, none of this will happen in France.

The two-staged annual Ride to Conquer Cancer  takes place in Montreal and Quebec City, Quebec, Canada.  This charitable event has raised ...

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Sponsoring FCM’s Tour de Force

bikes royalty freeDuring the first week of July, almost 2,000 cyclists will be snaking their way through the French-speaking countryside in a well-known stage-race.  Among them will be Chris Karambatsos, Andrew Rubin, Luc Chayer, and Philip Swain, collectively representing the FCM Recycling team.

However, none of this will happen in France.

The two-staged annual Ride to Conquer Cancer  takes place in Montreal and Quebec City, Quebec, Canada.  This charitable event has raised ...

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