Call2Recycle is excited to serve as a Producer Responsibility Organization (PRO) in Ontario. We are committed to a seamless program transition with no disruption to existing battery collection and recycling services under the Regulation for end-of-life battery management. 

As part of this commitment, we welcome any and all municipalities to participate in our program for the collection of single-use and rechargeable household batteries.  Each municipality may determine which service provider you prefer to work with and inform Call2Recycle of your preferences.



Please complete the details below so that we may contact you about your household battery collections: 


* Municipality Name:

  

* First and Last Name:

  

* Title and Department:

  

* Email address:

  

Phone number:



Street address:



City, Province and Postal Code:



Do you currently manage a single-use battery collection program for Stewardship Ontario?



Would you like to partner with Call2Recycle for continued household battery collections including single-use and rechargeable household batteries once the Stewardship Ontario program winds down?



If yes, would you like to continue using your current service provider/hauler? If so, please list name of service provider company, contact name, email address and phone number:



OR, would you like Call2Recycle to manage collections for both single-use and rechargeable batteries with our service provider?



OR, Would you like to continue service based on your current situation where Call2Recycle continues collecting your rechargeable consumer batteries separately and your current single-use battery collector continues to collect separately?



Do you need to establish a new household battery collection program and would like to start collecting with Call2Recycle?



How many kilograms do you currently have ready to recycle?



How often do you anticipate to send back batteries to recycle?



How does your municipality currently collect household batteries? (Select all that apply)



If Other, please add detail: