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We're celebrating our 20th anniversary all month long - pass it on! #20Years
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Lowes & Home Depot's in chino hills and Ontario do not accept cell phone recycling 
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Delighted to be included in the recent +UPS Compass magazine! Read the story here: http://bit.ly/LFYFv7          
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Canada's universities make the grade in battery recycling - we saw a 67% growth in campus collections in 2013! http://bit.ly/L0r8vr
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Hoping your 2014 is filled with joy, laughter & recycling!
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When we asked the public what would motivate them to recycle batteries, 19% said they would recycle if it was more convenient, such as through curbside recycling. Do you agree? http://ow.ly/rtFyB
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On Wednesday, January 29, Call2Recycle Canada’s Industry Stewardship Plan (ISP) will be presented to the Waste Diversion Ontario (WDO) Board of Directors for plan approval. We are very excited to officially offer a comprehensive all battery recycling solution in Ontario.
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On Wednesday, January 29, Call2Recycle Canada’s Industry Stewardship Plan (ISP) will be presented to the Waste Diversion Ontario (WDO) Board of Directors for plan approval. We are very excited to officially offer a comprehensive all battery recycling solution in Ontario. http://bit.ly/1dJlKDu
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Call2Recycle Canada was selected as the preferred provider for battery recycling for Canada’s federal government agencies and departments.  http://bit.ly/1dfxDAP
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With your support, our program diverted over 11 million pounds (5 million kilograms) in 2013! That marks 17 consecutive years of increased collections. Details here: http://bit.ly/1afxz7s
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Making any resolutions for 2014? How about to recycle your batteries? It's a simple win-win for you and the environment: http://www.call2recycle.org/4-simple-steps-to-recycling/
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Unprecedented Success: British Columbia, Manitoba and Quebec Municipalities Lead Canada's Battery Recycling Surge http://ow.ly/qY1fL
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America Recycles Day is this Friday! Recycling your rechargeable batteries is an easy and free way to make a difference. Find your nearest recycling location at call2recycle.org/locator
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Recharging the planet. Recycling your batteries.
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Call2Recycle helps people and businesses care for the environment through its network of 30,000 battery and cell phone collection locations, including many major retail partners, across North America. A world leading recycling program, Call2Recycle has diverted 70 million pounds of rechargeable batteries and cell phones from local landfills since 1996.
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1-877-723-1297 (US), 1-888-224-9764 (Canada)