The nonprofit Call2Recycle has been collecting old rechargeable batteries -- the types found in cordless products, cellphones and kids’ toys -- for more than 20 years, with over 100 million pounds of rechargeable batteries collected and recycled. But did you know you can also toss in your dead electric toothbrush? Personal care products that have an integrated rechargeable battery can also be recycled in the boxes. You don’t need to remove the battery -- just toss the whole electric toothbrush into the box, and it will get recycled. The metals, plastics and other parts will be sorted and made into new products. Find a collection box near you at call2recycle.org.