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  • Call2Recycle Responds to Hazardous Materials in Reverse Logistics
    For the last five years, Call2Recycle has worked closely with industry trade organizations and the federal government to minimize safety risks in transporting used batteries and increase the ease with which generators of used batteries can have them recycled.  During this period, the U.S. Departmen...
  • Recharging Battery Product Stewardship – the Case for Legislation
    When the Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation (RBRC) – now known as Call2Recycle® – was founded by the battery industry in 1994 to divert batteries from landfills, part of the motivation was to create a harmonized nationwide program that would lessen the needs to manage state-by-state req...
  • Cellphone Donations Support Veterans
    Call2Recycle® is proud to have sponsored an historic Habitat for Humanity home build for a disabled war veteran. In September, we teamed up with Northwest Metro Atlanta Habitat for Humanity, to help Vietnam veteran Victor Alvarado and his wife, Myriam, realize their lifetime dream of owning a home....
  • Call2Recycle and Earth Day Canada collaboration spotlights battery recycling
    Partners to create new battery-focused education initiatives for a greener planet TORONTO (September 19, 2012) — Call2Recycle® and Earth Day Canada (EDC) are teaming up to create education initiatives emphasizing the importance of proper battery management as part of Canada’s environmental sust...
  • Group Effort – Recycling Today
    Many U.S. cities are diverting more than 30 percent of their solid waste to recycling. Most communities have the potential to do far more using a variety of approaches.   By Carl Smith, CEO & President, Call2Recycle Municipal solid waste (MSW) consists of common items we use and then throw...
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