Call2Recycle Recognizes 2013 Leaders in Sustainability

image-of-leader-in-sustainability-award-2011The Call2Recycle offices in Canada and the USA have been awash in cardboard and bubble-wrap for the last few weeks as the team mails out the items for our 2013 “Leaders in Sustainability” recipients. 

This will be the third year the awards have been run in Canada and the second year in the USA.  They recognize select organizations for their exemplary participation in the Call2Recycle program, and go to a ...

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Call2Recycle Recognizes 2013 Leaders in Sustainability

image-of-leader-in-sustainability-award-2011The Call2Recycle offices in Canada and the USA have been awash in cardboard and bubble-wrap for the last few weeks as the team mails out the items for our 2013 “Leaders in Sustainability” recipients. 

This will be the third year the awards have been run in Canada and the second year in the USA.  They recognize select organizations for their exemplary participation in the Call2Recycle program, and go to a ...

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Call2Recycle celebrates its 20th Anniversary

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To celebrate our 20th Anniversary, we will be featuring some short articles that takes a look back at key events in our history. Our first story focuses on the founding of the Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation (RBRC), now called Call2Recycle, Inc. in 1994. A series of events in U.S. history in the 1980s and early 1990s culminated in the formation of RBRC as a voluntary rechargeable battery recycling organization ...

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Call2Recycle celebrates its 20th Anniversary

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To celebrate our 20th Anniversary, we will be featuring some short articles that takes a look back at key events in our history. Our first story focuses on the founding of the Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation (RBRC), now called Call2Recycle, Inc. in 1994. A series of events in U.S. history in the 1980s and early 1990s culminated in the formation of RBRC as a voluntary rechargeable battery recycling organization ...

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What Does a City Like New York Do With 173 Tons of Rechargeable Batteries?

Launch a Successful Recycling Program Through the Department of Sanitation

New York City is the largest urban area in the U.S., with eight million people living in five boroughs. During the past decade, the city has been steadily raising the bar on what it means to recycle. Need to recycle clothes? Place it in a re-fashioNYC collection bin. Old electronics? The E-cycleNYC pickup service has just launched. Compost?  CFL light bulbs?  The NYC Recycles web site details how to re-use, recycle ...

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