Municipal Battery Recycling

We can help you divert harmful battery waste from your municipal landfill today!


Ontario’s Municipal Funding Program for Phase Two Batteries Ended

On September 30, 2014, Ontario’s Municipal Funding Program for Phase Two Rechargeable Batteries ended. Because of their economic value, RMC will recover and transport rechargeable batteries collected by municipalities separately from the primary batteries at no charge. RMC will credit municipalities or their service providers for segregated rechargeable batteries delivered to its Port Colborne, Ontario facility.

For more information, please contact us.


Ontario Municipalities

Raw Materials Company is an approved collector and processor for batteries under Stewardship Ontario's Municipal Hazardous and Special Waste Program (MHSW).

Any approved collector in Ontario can ship Raw Materials Company MHSW Approved Batteries for processing, free of charge.

For other waste battery types, please contact us for a quotation.

Municipal Hazardous & Special Waste Site

RMC can recycle all of the battery types collected at your Municipal Hazardous & Special Waste site, in addition to other lead and mercury bearing wastes such as fluorescent lamps and electronic waste.

Visit waste management and additional services for more information.

Reporting

RMC can provide custom reporting and issue Certificates of Recycling for all waste shipments received at RMC within 90 days of shipment.

Scheduled or On Call Pickup

Whatever your needs, we can accommodate you. Our clients can be placed on a regular pickup schedule or call as needed.

Curbside Battery Recycling Program

We offer innovative collection options like our successful Curbside Battery Recycling Program that is designed to piggyback on your existing municipal waste program.

Public Facing Battery Recycling

We will assist you with setup of public facing collection sites at municipal, retail and non-profit locations in your community.

We will provide each site with appropriate battery recycling containers suited to their location.

Convenient Recycling Programs for Generators

We can help you setup battery recycling programs at schools and other generators including multi-residental buildings, hospitals, factories, offices and hotels.

We recommend our Courier Back Fluorescent Lamp Program to any small quantity generator in your service area.

Promotion

Need help promoting your program? We can provide you with a variety of print and electronic promotional materials to help you engage your community to encourage participation.

Find out more information about battery types and their uses in our Education Centre.

Preparing your Batteries for Recycling

Most of the batteries that we use everyday do not require any special preparation before recycling, however we do recommend that precautionary measures be taken when recycling certain types of batteries to reduce any risk of short-circuit.

Find out how to prepare your batteries for recycling.

Recycling Technology

You spend time and effort to collect and divert your batteries from landfill. Shouldn't you ensure your hard work and money result in the best environmental performance?

Our clients can rest assured knowing that the batteries they ship to RMC will be recycled using the most environmentally sustainable technology available in the world today.

Learn more about our technology.


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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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Lead-acid batteries are the oldest rechargeable batteries still in use today. In Canada, over 98% of all Lead-acid batteries are recovered for recycling.

Find out more about our technology and how together we are turning waste into a valuable resource.