Battery Legislation Across the U.S.

Battery product stewardship legislation has appeared in several states. Here is the latest update on each of those legislative efforts:

Oregon: The Oregon Small Rechargeable Battery Stewardship Act (HB2938) did not pass the House Energy and Environment Committee. Read previous post


Washington: The Washington Small Rechargeable Battery Stewardship Act (HB1364/SB5457), which was supported by the rechargeable battery industry and first introduced in January 2013, did not move out ...

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Promote Battery Recycling This Earth Day

To celebrate this Earth Day (officially April 22nd), Call2Recycle has developed these educational tools to help you promote your environmental commitment through rechargeable battery and cellphone recycling. Click here for Canadian-specific materials.

Guide to Hosting a Collection Event

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Customizable Press Release

(MS Word)

Newsletter Articles

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One Pager

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Social Media

(Sample Tweets)

Web Banners (be sure to link to call2recycle.org)

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Call2Recycle Announces Company Name Change

When the Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation (RBRC) was founded in 1994, it was done so to successfully educate and collect rechargeable batteries, specifically Nickel Cadmium (Ni-Cd). Since then, the organization has grown to accept more chemistries and more products (cellphones and all batteries in Canada), positioning itself to be seen as a reputable environmental leader. Simply put, we have outgrown our name.

To that end, as of January 1, 2013, we have ...

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Message for National Recycling Coalition’s Congress and Exposition is “If it’s rechargeable, it’s recyclable.”

Battery Group Expands the “Charge Up to Recycle!” Program

ATLANTA, September 10, 2000 — The Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation (RBRC) will promote their expanded battery recycling program at the National Recycling Coalition’s (NRC) 19th Annual Congress & Exposition during September 10-13, 2000 at the Charlotte Congress Center, Charlotte, NC, Booth #425.

While exhibiting at the conference, RBRC will be featured as a participant of the National Recycling Challenge, an initiative of the White House Task Force on Waste Prevention and Recycling. RBRC ...

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