“Green Guilt” on the Rise

New National Survey Finds More U.S. Residents Plan to Recycle Batteries and Electronics,
But Barriers Remain

Atlanta– April 21, 2015 – A new national survey commissioned by Call2Recycle, Inc. reports that approximately one-third (34 percent) of U.S. respondents suffer from ‘green guilt,’ or the feeling that they could and should be doing more to help preserve the environment.

This finding shows an increase over a similar 2012 survey where 29 percent of respondents admitted to experiencing green guilt.  While green ...

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Five Ways to Jumpstart Your Battery Recycling Program the Sioux Falls Way

Sioux Falls HHWAs the largest city in South Dakota (SD), Sioux Falls has a long history that dates to Native American tribes that settled near the Big Sioux River. Today, the city is a busy commerce hub populated with Fortune 500 company offices, residential developments and parks. It’s also a city on the forefront of sustainability efforts nationwide, thanks to the zealousness of its 160,000 environmentally minded residents in the four-county ...

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Certifications and Downstream Audit Documents Available to Sites Participating in Call2Recycle®

CertifiedCall2Recycle’s mission is to safely and efficiently collect and transport batteries from over 34,000 collection locations across North America. Our established processor and sorter standards are some of the most rigorous in the world, and we seek third party certification to ensure proper downstream management of battery collections and recycling.

As part of our commitment to transparency, we make a variety of audit documents and certifications readily available to our stakeholders. Simply visit ...

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Call2Recycle Presents to Connecticut Environment Committee

Testimony before the Connecticut Environment Committee 

By Carl E. Smith, CEO / President, Call2Recycle, Inc.

Raised Bill 6957

March 11, 2015

Carl Smith 1x1.25-180x200Good morning.  Thank you for the opportunity to testify before you today regarding this committee’s consideration of battery product stewardship legislation.

My name is Carl Smith and I head the non-profit Call2Recycle, Inc., North America’s oldest and arguably most successful product ...

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