Call2Recycle Launches Mobile Website

According to SEO-Kiwi, an internet marketing site, there are 4 billion mobile phones in the world and an estimated 1.08 billion of them are smartphones. By 2014, mobile internet is predicted to over take desktop internet usage. As North America’s first and most successful product stewardship program, specializing in rechargeable battery and cellphone recycling, our organization has long tracked the growing trend to mobile devices and has now launched a mobile ...

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Lowe’s and Call2Recycle’s Caption This! Competition

Caption This! To raise environmental awareness in celebration of Earth Day, we’re holding a Facebook caption competition. We’d love your support and creativity.  Visit the Call2Recycle Facebook page to add comments (captions) to environmentally-themed pics that are in need of eco-descriptions.  For the first three Mondays in April, 2 pictures will be posted – just post your best caption then recruit all your friends and followers to “like” ...

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EPEAT Expands Leadership to Accelerate Green Electronics Momentum

Green electronics rating system names industry leader and innovator Robert Frisbee as CEO, enterprise and NGO sustainability leaders as Directors

Portland, OR, March 15, 2012 – In a move that builds on significant progress during its first five years of operation, EPEAT®, (www.epeat.net), announces the selection of Robert Frisbee as the organization’s first CEO. As a well-respected public- and private-sector executive experienced with building fast-growing organizations, Frisbee’s extensive industry knowledge and leadership will support EPEAT’s expansion to embrace new ...

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Call2Recycle Names Canadian Supplier for Lithium Battery Recycling

New agreement with Toxco of British Columbia to deepen green footprint

TORONTO, ON (March 12, 2012) – Call2Recycle®, North America’s leader in consumer battery recycling, is proud to announce that it has signed a new agreement engaging Toxco-Canada to process Lithium and Lithium Ion batteries for recycling. This new contract builds on the partnership that Toxco-Canada already has with Call2Recycle as a service provider of sorting batteries and cellular phones.

“We are excited to deepen our relationship with Toxco-Canada as part ...

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