Shaping a Sustainable Future With Call2Recycle®

For more than 130 years, the University of Manitoba has been a nexus of innovation and leadership in Western Canada. The University is located on the traditional territories of the Anishinaabe and Metis indigenous peoples, and boasts close to 30,000 students, 8,700 faculty and staff, and 190,000 alumni.

This dynamic institution places high value on planning for achievement and creating a more promising future. The University’s mission—to create, preserve, communicate and apply knowledge, contributing ...

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The Circular Economy among the Key Topics at this Year’s GreenBiz

CircularEconomyRecyclingSignsTo learn more about product stewardship and the challenges associated with attaining the Circular Economy join the GreenBiz webcast on April 19.

Over 750 industry professionals from the public and private sectors descended on Scottsdale for the yearly edition of GreenBiz, which took place on Feb 23 through Feb 25. A platform for thought leadership, continued development and business networking, welcomed representatives from leading corporations participated in the three-day jam packed agenda affair. ...

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Consumer Battery Recycling Awareness Increased During the Lead the Charge Campaign

NBD-Newsletter-Badge2This past February, our teams at Call2Recycle joined forces with North American battery collection partners to run a comprehensive and exciting consumer awareness campaign – the Lead the Charge on National Battery Day campaign. Thanks to the tremendous collaboration to promote the #NBD2016Recycle2Win sweepstakes tied to the campaign, consumers across the U.S. and Canada have become even more aware of the household battery recycling options available to them. The Lead the Charge ...

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The Circular Economy and What it Means for Battery Recycling

A conversation with Carl Smith, CEO and president of Call2Recycle about the concept of the circular economy and its impact on battery recycling.

call2recyclekeyBecause the circular economy advocates a broad view of environmental responsibility, it isn’t a one size fits all policy. Call2Recycle, North America’s first and largest consumer battery recycling organization, believes that the industry will need to develop policies that take into account the trade-off between economics, efficient resource utilization and waste. In the following interview, Carl Smith, CEO and president ...

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