Entreprises

La RBRC aide les entreprises à recycler leurs téléphones cellulairs et piles rechargeables usés.

Les téléphones cellulaires et les piles rechargeables
portables sont des outils indispensables aux entreprises d'aujourd'hui.
Les piles rechargeables alimentent les lecteurs optiques, les
imprimantes sans fil, les cellulaires, les ordinateurs portables, les
appareils radio émetteurs-récepteurs, les outils mécaniques sans fil,
les PDA et une variété d'autres appareils électroniques portatifs.

Mais
que faire lorsque ces piles rechargeables ne gardent plus leur charge
ou que vient le ...

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Battery Check Day Encourages Consumers to Recharge or Recycle

Richard Karn Teams with Habitat for Humanity in New York and Science Students in Toronto to Promote Rechargeable Battery Recycling   

NEW YORK, April 19, 2000
– Battery Check Day (April 26) – a national day encouraging consumers to recycle the rechargeable batteries that power cordless products — kicks off on April 25 in New York City with actor Richard Karn, “Al Borland” of TV's Home Improvement.

Sponsored by the Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation (RBRC), a nonprofit public ...

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A Simple Way to Be Greener and Reduce Waste this Environment Week: Opt for Rechargeable Batteries

Using rechargeable batteries is a simple step toward a greener lifestyle; so this Environment Week, try using them for the battery-powered devices in your home. Rechargeable batteries power many common portable electronics products including cellphones, cordless phones, cordless power tools, digital cameras, laptop computers, camcorders, PDAs, mp3 players, Blackberrys and remote control toys.

Rechargeable batteries can be charged up to 1,000 times. Depending on the frequency of use and how well the battery is handled and charged, that is ...

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"Spring Green" Your Home During Environment Week (Canada)!

Happy spring greening! In time for Environment Week, the Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation (RBRC) provides the following tips to help Canadians spring clean their home – and become more eco-conscious in the process.

  1. Start by finding all the old rechargeable batteries and cellphones you have lying around your house. Recycle them through the Call2Recycle™ program – find a participating location at test.us.call2recycle.org or call toll-free 877-2-RECYCLE.
  2. Free up some closet and shelf space by hosting a garage sale or ...
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‘Tis the Season for New Technology

Be green in the New Year by recycling used rechargeable batteries

ATLANTA, January 1, 2009 – High-tech electronics are hot items on many wish lists this holiday season. The latest cellphones, PDAs, digital cameras, laptops, camcorders, and power tools are among the most coveted portable electronics gifts. But what happens to the rechargeable batteries that power your old devices once the presents are unwrapped and your new tech toys are put to use?

Instead of tossing the old gadgets ...

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