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Easy-to-use recycling kits, smart recycling systems, and comprehensive services are specifically designed to make battery recycling as easy and hassle-free as possible, while helping you protect the environment.

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The only free rechargeable battery and cellphone collection program in North America. Since 1996,

Find a drop-off location for your batteries and cellphones Over 30,000 U.S. and Canadian retailers, businesses, communities and public agencies participate in the Call2Recycle® program

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What are the Benefits?

  • Rechargeable batteries and cellphones* are properly and safely recycled at no charge to you
  • An easy and free way to keep toxic waste from entering landfills and give reclaimed materials a second life
  • Free collection kits and marketing materials to promote your sustainability efforts
  • Free shipping (Collection Kit or Bulk – Not sure what is right for you? Use our interactive Shipping Wizard)
  • Choice to collect from the public to increase foot traffic
  • Free recycling reporting and certification

Cellphones in good condition are refurbished and resold.


Household batteries, both rechargeable and non-rechargeable, such as

  D-cell, C-cell, AA, AAA, 9-volt, and button cells

Rechargeable battery packs from:

  Cell phones, cameras, laptop computers, power tools, etc.

Handheld electronics:

  Cell phones, iPods, PDAs, pagers, and so on

Any other dry-cell batteries

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