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Call2Recycle™ FAQs

Información general

  1. What is RBRC?

    La Corporación de reciclaje de baterías recargables (RBRC, por sus siglas en inglés), fundada en 1994, es una organización de servicio público sin fines de lucro que recicla baterías recargables - las que se encuentran generalmente en equipos como teléfonos móviles, teléfonos inalámbricos, herramientas eléctricas inalámbricas, computadoras portátiles, cámaras digitales, transmisores/receptores, videocámaras y juguetes a control remoto.

  2. What is the Call2Recycle Program?

    The program, which is funded by the rechargeable power industry, is a rechargeable battery recycling program that helps preserve the environment by keeping harmful rechargeable battery by-products out of landfills and the solid waste stream.

  3. Where can I drop off my rechargeable batteries for recycling?

    Las baterías pueden devolverse a cualquiera de la tiendas de Verizon Wireless del país. To find the closest store in your area, use our Store Locator. Customers of any wireless carrier can utilize this service.

  4. Can I recycle both a cellular phone and battery?

    Yes. You can recycle both your no-longer-used phone and rechargeable battery by dropping them off at any Verizon Wireless retail location. To find the closest store in your area, use our Store Locator. All spent rechargeable batteries will be collected for recycling.

  5. Can I drop off rechargeable batteries from equipment other than cellular phones at Verizon Wireless stores?

    Yes. Verizon Wireless will accept all rechargeable batteries for recycling.

  6. What happens with my spent rechargeable battery when I recycle it through the RBRC Call2Recycle program? ¿Adónde va?

    Las baterías recargables agotadas que se recolectan son procesadas para recuperar material utilizable, como níquel, hierro y cadmio. The recovered nickel and iron are used in the production of stainless steel. The cadmium is used to make new portable rechargeable batteries.

  7. Can alkaline batteries or non-rechargeable batteries be recycled?

    No. Alkaline batteries and non-rechargeable batteries cannot be recycled through the RBRC Call2Recycle program. Only rechargeable Nickel Cadmium, Nickel Metal Hydride, Lithium Ion, and Small Sealed Lead* batteries will be accepted.

    *Weighing less than 2 lbs. or 1 kg.

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