Hotels

Hotels generate significant quantities of battery waste in a year. The average hotel room will likely have batteries in every remote control, electronic card reader and smoke detector.

Raw Materials Company provides free recycling services in the Province of Ontario for MHSW Approved Batteries under the Stewardship Ontario program.

For other waste battery types and locations outside of Ontario, please contact us for a quotation.

For small quantity generators of batteries and fluorescent lamps, we recommend our Courier Back Battery Program and Courier Back Fluorescent Lamp Program.

Battery Types Accepted

Our Hotel Battery Recycling program accepts a variety of battery types.

We can help!

Our friendly staff can work with you to setup a successful battery recycling program. We would recommend that a small collection container be affixed to each cleaning cart. Cleaning staff then have an accessible recycling container available when they change these batteries.

Used batteries can then be consolidated into a 5 gallon battery recycling containers that is stored in a cool, dry designated area. Once the 5 gallon container is full, simply call the number on the pail to receive a free pickup in as little as 24 hours.

Cost Savings

A great cost saving measure is to institute your battery recycling program at your stores department. In order to receive new batteries, ask your staff return the old batteries for recycling. 

Waste Management

Raw Materials Company is a licensed collector, transporter, and processor of other lead and mercury bearing wastes such as fluorescent lamps and electronic waste.

Visit waste management and additional services for more information.


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Canada: (905) 835-1203
Toll Free: 1-888-WE-REDUCE
Fax: (905) 835-6824

Raw Materials Company Inc.
17 Invertose Drive
Port Colborne, ON L3K 5V5
Canada

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