As Canadians prepare for Daylight Saving Time on March 12, Call2Recycle reminds consumers to check their smoke detectors and recycle their old batteries
Toronto, ON – March 7, 2017 – This spring, Call2Recycle®, Canada’s national consumer battery collection and recycling …
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Consumers Encouraged to Charge Up on National Battery Day
Call2Recycle, Inc. Leverages Holiday to Increase Battery Recycling Awareness and Education
Atlanta/Toronto, February 13, 2017 — Call2Recycle, Inc., North America’s first and largest consumer battery stewardship and recycling …
Call2Recycle Credits Growing Publicly-Available Collection Network
Montpelier, VT– February 9, 2017 – Call2Recycle, Inc., the appointed battery stewardship organization in Vermont, announced over 114,000 pounds of batteries have been collected statewide in 2016. This is a 187% increase from …
READ the enclosed information and safety guidelines found on your collection box.
Batteries weighing 11 lbs. or less each.
No wet-cell, damaged or defective batteries.
TRAIN everyone on your team who will be handling the …
Get Ready! National Battery Day 2017 is Almost Here
National Battery Day will be celebrated on Saturday, February 18. During the first 18 days of February we will shine a spotlight on the role that batteries play in our daily …