WINNIPEG, MANITOBA (October 17, 2011) – Join Call2Recycle® today to celebrate Waste Reduction Week by kicking-off an all-household battery collection program. Manitobans may now recycle any household battery at more than 300 collection locations across the province. Call2Recycle has collected more than 72,000 kilograms of rechargeable batteries in Manitoba since 1997. The program was recently chosen by Manitoba Conservation and Green Manitoba as the Manitoba collection program for household batteries – including alkaline.
“We are pleased to expand our collection ...Read More
Markham Students Make the Grade during EcoWatch Canada School Battery Retrieval Competition; Hamilton Scores during Daylight Savings Time Collection Drive
TORONTO (March 9, 2011) – Call2Recycle®, North America’s only free battery and cellphone collection program, recently engaged in partnerships with EcoWatch Canada, a non-profit environmental organization, and the City of Hamilton to encourage Hamilton and Markham residents to recycle their used batteries.
In an effort to impact recycling behaviors of younger Ontarians, Call2Recycle has also entered into a partnership ...Read More
Local Residents and Fire Halls Prove Battery Recycling is “Easy as 1-2-3” by Surpassing 3,000 Kilogram Recycling Goal
HAMILTON, ON (Dec. 3, 2010) – Prior to the Dec. 3 Hamilton Bulldogs game, the City of Hamilton and Call2Recycle®, a free battery and cellphone collection program in North America, hosted a joint press conference to thank Hamiltonians for their efforts to divert batteries from local landfills. On Oct. 5, Hamiltonians were asked to collect batteries by Nov. 7 as part of the ...Read More
Hockey Legend Guy Lafleur Teams Up With the RBRC CANADA to Encourage Canadians to Make their Actions Count for the Environment This Week and Year-Round
TORONTO, CANADA, October 15, 2007 – To encourage all consumers to help protect the environment, the Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation (RBRC) in Canada will be celebrating Waste Reduction Week by hosting several events throughout Canada to educate as many consumers, businesses and community agencies as possible on the importance of recycling used rechargeable batteries and old ...Read More