TORONTO, April 23, 2002 – Richard Karn (“Al” from the TV Show, Home Improvement, and the international spokesperson of the Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation) will be recognizing the rechargeable battery recycling efforts of the City of Toronto Police Department and Home Depot as part of Battery Check Week celebrations next week. Read More
NEW YORK, April 22, 2002 – The Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation (RBRC), a non-profit dedicated to rechargeable battery recycling, released the results of a national survey that highlights America’s growing reliance on cordless electronic products and consumers recycling habits. Read More
ATLANTA, April 08, 2002 — According to a new survey by the Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation (RBRC), consumers have an average of five or more cordless products in their homes. This list includes cordless power tools, cordless and cellular phones, camcorders, and even electric toothbrushes and mini vacuums. Read More
ATLANTA, February 19, 2002 – Black & Decker/DeWALT was recognized today by the Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation (RBRC) for its commitment to the environment through recycling rechargeable batteries. RBRC presented outstanding members of the Black & Decker/DeWALT team with a “Green Medal of Honor” to honor the company’s industry- leading efforts to educate consumers, as well as its employees, on the importance of recycling rechargeable batteries.
GAINESVILLE, July 17, 2001 – Cited for its ongoing and innovative recycling programs, the Alachua County Household Hazardous Waste Program will receive the Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation’s (RBRC) first annual Regional Community Recycling Leadership Award. Read More