On Monday, Walmart is scheduled to launch its car seat recycling event which is its first ever. The initiative is similar to an event which was conducted by Target which is its rival. For this, Walmart has tied up with TerraCycle to make recycle option available at 4000 of its stores, also offers gift cards
Customers from 16 of September to 30 of September can indulge in trading of used car seats. This can be done at service desks of any of the Walmart stores, close to 4000 of them which are participating in this initiative. They will be getting a gift card from Walmart which is worth $30 which can also be used in the Walmart stores and also for baby items while purchasing online. .
There is a limit though, which limits trade-ins two per household and the booster seats have not been considered eligible. The gift card will be only work till 30th of September. Also, not every Walmart store is participating.
The baby department of Walmart has said that the top priority of Walmart is to ensure the safety, car seat safety in particular which is what prompted the their reach and scale to offer access to seats that have become outgrown and are offering baby cards so new baby car seats can be purchased.
Walmart is associating with TerraCycle which is a company that manages waste and works with retailers and manufacturers in collecting items which usually are trashed due to being difficult to recycle.
Through this program by Walmart, car seats which are generally not considered to be recyclable will now become recyclable nationally according to the CEO of TerraCycle, Tom Szaky who is also the founder of the company.
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