LOS ANGELES, CA - AUGUST 04: 4moms products on display during the 4moms Car Seat launch event at Petersen Automotive Museum on August 4, 2016 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Araya Diaz/Getty Images for 4moms) LOS ANGELES - Buckle up parents and head to your nearest Target because the popular car seat trade-in program is coming back.
From Sept. 11-24, 2022, customers have the chance to trade in and recycle their old, expired or even damaged car seats and redeem a 20% off coupon.Target says materials from old car seats will be recycled thanks to the company's partner, Waste Management, which creates new products like pallets and plastic buckets along with other construction materials.
The car seat trade-in is held twice per year and is a part of Target's efforts to attain zero waste to landfill in U.S. operations by 2030, according to a press release.
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