Raw Materials Company has been an ISO 14001 registered organization since 2000. We voluntarily adhere to ISO 14001 and strive to ensure that every system and process in place is continually reviewed and improved. This ensures the protection of our staff, the environment and our community.
We believe that it is important for all organizations big or small to take a proactive approach in understanding how their operations impact the environment.
Use the contact us form to request an RMC Self-Audit package today.
Raw Materials Company has been audited and approved by a majority of the Fortune 500 as well as CARE, Electronics Products Recycling Association Standards the IWAY program, CHWMG and the CSA Group to name a few.
Carbon Footprint Analysis
We have conducted an independent Peer Review on our battery processing technology in addition to a Carbon Footprint Analysis.
Optimized Environmental Performance
The RMC process is largely mechanical so we do not emit the green house gas stack emissions associated with furnace or smelting processes.
Our battery process occupies a minimal physical footprint and draws minimal amounts of resources and energy to operate, therefore optimizing environmental performance while minimizing our carbon footprint.
Environmental Compliance Approval
The RMC process operates under an Ontario Ministry of Environment Environmental Compliance Approval.
RMC 3500 Technology
Independently audited and verified to have a recycling efficiency rate of 84% under CSA Group Guideline CSA SPE-890-15, the RMC 3500 technology to recycle alkaline batteries is the most environmentally advanced and efficient technology available in the world today. Visit the RMC technology page to find out more.
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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.
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