June 28, 2013 marked Seattle’s second Battery Recycling Day which intended to increase awareness of the importance of battery recycling. Response from the Seattle community was outstanding. This year’s campaign generated over two times as many batteries and cellphones as last year. In just five days, more than 1,000 pounds of batteries were collected through The Seattle Public Library, and an additional 1,600 pounds were dropped off ...Read More
SEATTLE (June 28, 2013) – Residents are encouraged to do their part for the environment by bringing their old batteries to Westlake Park in celebration of the second annual Battery Recycling Day. The event, hosted by Call2Recycle®—North America’s first and largest consumer battery stewardship program—honors communities and residents who have made recycling and reducing landfill waste a priority.
The celebration is an opportunity for residents ...Read More
SEATTLE, WA (June 19, 2013) – Seattle residents are being asked to take part in a friendly recycling competition June 22-26 to help their neighborhood win the title of Greenest Seattle Neighborhood.
Call2Recycle, North America’s first and largest consumer battery stewardship and recycling program, is partnering with The Seattle Public Library to put battery collection boxes at six different branches across the city. The neighborhood whose box weighs the most will be crowned the ...Read More
Seattle, WA (June 10, 2013) — Building on the success of last year’s Battery Recycling Day (which was proclaimed by Mayor Mike McGinn), Call2Recycle’s event is back again! Seattle area residents have another unique opportunity to make the city more green by participating in a city-wide battery collection and recycling ...Read More