Call2Recycle Announces Company Name Change

When the Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation (RBRC) was founded in 1994, it was done so to successfully educate and collect rechargeable batteries, specifically Nickel Cadmium (Ni-Cd). Since then, the organization has grown to accept more chemistries and more products (cellphones and all batteries in Canada), positioning itself to be seen as a reputable environmental leader. Simply put, we have outgrown our name.

To that end, as of January 1, 2013, we have ...

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O’Brien Joins Growing Logistics Operation at Call2Recycle

ATLANTA (July 9, 2012) – Stephen O’Brien has been named managing director of operations at Call2Recycle®, the only no-cost rechargeable battery and cellphone collection program in North America. O’Brien will oversee operations and logistics for all recycling collections in the U.S. and Canada. Previously, he worked as director of operation for The Home Delivery Group where he had also been regional manager.

“As more and more batteries are collected and recycled, ...

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Lowe’s and Call2Recycle’s Caption This! Competition

Caption This! To raise environmental awareness in celebration of Earth Day, we’re holding a Facebook caption competition. We’d love your support and creativity.  Visit the Call2Recycle Facebook page to add comments (captions) to environmentally-themed pics that are in need of eco-descriptions.  For the first three Mondays in April, 2 pictures will be posted – just post your best caption then recruit all your friends and followers to “like” ...

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Mascot Moniker Facebook Contest Announced

Meet our mascot. We’d tell you his name, but he doesn’t have one yet – that’s where we need your help!

When:  March 5 – 9
What:  Mascot Moniker contest on our Facebook page
How it works:  On March 5th, we’ll post a picture of our mascot on our Facebook page. Fans of our Facebook page can submit their name suggestions through the comment feature on Facebook.
The Prize: ...

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Call2Recycle Has A Green Home

Call2Recycle® has been growing steadily, so when it came time to create some extra breathing room, we went green with our new office space. When relocating the headquarters to a more workable space, it was imperative that LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) guidelines were followed.
 
Call2Recycle took advantage of this opportunity to walk the walk, using interior materials, furniture and appliances that have high recycled content, low toxicity and are energy-efficient and fully recyclable.

Here are ...

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