As a part of our continuous effort to be a fiscally and environmentally responsible steward, Call2Recycle has updated its shipping policies, effective January 16, 2017. Collection sites should be aware of two important changes:
- For many customers, FedEx will replace UPS in handling the shipment of your full Call2Recycle boxes. FedEx will deliver your collection boxes which will now feature a FedEx prepaid return shipping label. Any boxes you have in your inventory with UPS return labels can still be used ...
6 Easy Ways to Extend Your Smartphone Battery Life
Give yourself the ultimate holiday gift–lengthen the battery life on your smartphone. Just a few easy changes and you can delay the shrinking bars in your battery bar and the frustrating search for a power outlet at restaurants, airports, and other public places. Believe it or not, a few tweaks and you will gain more pleasure from using your smartphone.
- Turn the phone off. First, turn off your phone when you are ...
Toronto – Nearly 200 schools across Canada registered in the Call2Recycle® and EcoKids Battery Busters: Waste Reduction Week Contest, which resulted in 13,869 kg of used or expired batteries collected for recycling. The contest came on the heels of the highly successful Battery Busters: Spring Cleaning Contest and created an opportunity for students and teachers to take their waste reduction efforts to the next level. Organizers are thrilled with the results.
Joe Zenobio, Executive Director, Call2Recycle Canada, Inc. says, “We are ...Read More