Exton, PA -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/18/2014 -- In efforts to be an environmentally responsible organization, Cell-Con, Inc. http://www.cell-con.com is promoting Call2Recycle®, the only no cost rechargeable battery and cellphone collection program in North America. By conveniently recycling used rechargeable batteries and old cellphones through Call2Recycle, Cell-Con is demonstrating its commitment to the environment by adopting green business practices.
"Participating in a battery recycling program is one important way that businesses can advance their green business practices and make their organization more sustainable," said Carl Smith, CEO and president of Call2Recycle. "By being a member of Call2Recycle, Cell-Con helps make it possible for thousands of businesses across the country to incorporate battery recycling into environmental initiatives and contribute to a cleaner environment."
Cell-Con manufacturers custom, rechargeable battery packs and battery charger solutions for commercial applications, using Li-ion, LiFePO4, and NiMh chemistries. Their customers include Medical Device Manufacturers, Industrial, and Military Applications. As a member of Call2Recycle, Cell-Con is taking a proactive role in encouraging companies and individuals to recycle the rechargeable batteries used in their field and office every day, preventing the used products from entering the solid waste stream.
Since 1996, over 75 million pounds of rechargeable batteries and cellphones have been collected through the Call2Recycle program.
For more information visit Cell-Con.com or, Call2Recycle.
Call2Recycle is the only no-cost rechargeable battery and cellphone collection program in North America. Since 1996, Call2Recycle has diverted over 75 million pounds of batteries and cellphones from the solid waste stream and established a network of 30,000 collection sites throughout the U.S. and Canada. It is the first program of its kind to receive the Responsible Recycling Practices Standard (R2) certification. Founded in 1994, Call2Recycle is a non-profit organization.
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