Car seats are a mandatory and important safety item for any parent. And there are strict regulations for how long a car seat can be used from the date of manufacturing, to ensure safety standards are met. But what does this mean for our landfills after the car seat has expired or has been in a car accident? Bad news for our landfills, that’s what. Thankfully Kidseat Recyclers is committed to keeping used car seats out of landfills. They’re partnering with London Drugs for a roundup in Sherwood Park, AB this Saturday!
Bring your car seat to the Sherwood Park location of London Drugs and know that you are making an earth-friendly impact.
- WHEN: Saturday, July 25, 2015; 11 AM – 5 PM
- WHERE: London Drugs Parking Lot (999 Fir Street) Sherwood Park, AB
- BRING: $10 recycling levy, used car seat stripped of fabric
London Drugs has some awesome green initiatives, and this partnership with Kidseat Recyclers just makes sense because London Drugs can take the styrofoam from the seats for recycling as well.
*Make sure your car seat is stripped of fabric and material when you bring it!*
What have you done with old car seats before?
(Disclosure: This post was sponsored by London Drugs. Opinions expressed are my own.)