Lead the Recycling Charge on National Battery Day

C2C014 National Battery Day Campaign - 160x600 Banner Concept - Screen 1Are you ready to lead the charge for battery recycling? To increase battery recycling awareness, we are launching: “Lead the Charge in Battery Recycling”, a multi-platform awareness campaign that will focus on recognizing National Battery Day, February 18.

The campaign will feature the “Lead the Charge” sweepstakes, which will invite consumers to recycle their batteries at a Call2Recycle drop-off site in either ...

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Call2Recycle Evaluates its Sorters and Processors to Maintain Best in Class Services

Call2Recycle, Inc., the premier product stewardship organization in North America is growing its services following the expansion of its 20 + years of work in the U.S. and Canada. In order to expand its infrastructure and signaling the prospect of growth into other areas of recycling, the non-for-profit organization is enlisting new vendors for its sorting and processing capabilities.

The organization has added at least one new vendor, and others will soon be added to the existing list of vendors to ...

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Call2Recycle Launches Its First US Mandated Primary Battery Recycling Program

Vermont Recycle Map GradientThe first day of 2016 is an auspicious day in Vermont as it unveils the first mandated US primary (single-use) battery recycling program. For the past 18 months, Call2Recycle has been developing a primary battery recycling program that complements its existing rechargeable program. The following Q&A answers some common questions about this new chapter in US battery recycling. For more details, visit the Vermont page on our web ...

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Industry Stewards: Helping to Transform the Battery Recycling Landscape

Often flying under the radar, Call2Recycle’s industry stewards work behind the scenes to support battery recycling in North America. These stewards are industry leading battery and electronics companies that manufacture, market and distribute household batteries in the US and Canada. These companies are committed to ensuring the batteries they introduce into the marketplace are responsibly recycled when they reach their end of life.

The role of our industry stewards has changed very little since we were founded in 1994. The biggest ...

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Hilti: Powering Up Its Battery Recycling Program to New Levels

Many of Call2Recycle’s industry stewards come from the construction tool industry where rechargeable batteries power cordless tools ranging from drills to screwdrivers, saws, angle grinders, power hammers and impact wrenches. As the demand for cordless tools steadily increases, so does the demand for heavy-duty rechargeable batteries.

One of the leaders in this industry is the Hilti Group, a global designer, manufacturer and distributor of construction-grade tools, equipment and services. From its roots as a small family company started in 1941, Hilti ...

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