CEDAR KNOLLS, NJ - East Hanover and Florham Park residents and residents across Morris County will be able to trade in used car seats for a $30 Walmart gift card, now through September 30.
In celebration of National Baby Safety Month, Walmart and TerraCycle have joined forces to recycle car seats, the company announced in a press release.
Customers in the area can bring their car seats to the Walmart in Cedar Knolls or to any other participating location for a giftcard that the company said can be used in store or online.
"Safety- especially car seat safety - is a top priority for Walmart's Baby department, so we wanted to use our size and scale to create an event that offered unprecendented access to trade in an outgrown car seat for a gift card - perfect for using on your baby's next car seat. Sustainability is of equal importance to Walmart, so we're happy to work with TerraCycle who will recycle every component of the car seats", said Melody Richards, Vice President, Walmart Baby.
All car seats collected in this program will be recycled through TerraCycle and each component will be diverted from the landfill, the statement said.
“Through the Walmart Car Seat Recycling Program, traditionally non-recyclable car seats are now nationally recyclable,” said Tom Szaky, CEO and Founder, TerraCycle. “We are proud to work with this forward-thinking company to offer families from coast-to-coast a way to give their car seat, the item that has kept their little ones safe, a second-life. Through this event, we expect to divert the plastic equivalent of approximately 35 million water bottles from landfills.”
The press release has stated "Walmart $30 gift card offer with car seat trade in valid September 16, 2019 through September 30, 2019 at participating Walmart retail store locations. Not available at all Walmart Neighborhood Market locations. Limit of 2 gift cards per household. Booster seats not eligible for trade-in. Please see Customer Service desk for assistance with all car seat trade-ins".
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