Home Depot Drill Recycling Event
Home Depot Drill Recycling
Are you in the market for a new drill? Do you own an older NiCad Drill? If so you might want to take advantage of The Home Depot Drill Recycling Event going on now at your local THD Store.
WHAT: Drop off your old or broken drill and battery at your local Home Depot store for recycling. The Home Depot will recycle old drills and batteries with an environmentally safe, zero-landfill process, ensuring that every piece of material is reprocessed for reuse.
WHY: After doing your bit to save the environment, reward yourself with an upgrade! Trade up to a lithium-ion drill – a revolutionary cordless tool that offers more power and less weight, charge fast and run longer. Lithium-ion chemistry is not harmful to the environment and it outperforms NiCad by as much as 50 percent, requiring less charging time and saving energy. You can learn the benefits of lithium-ion & view product demos any time at HomeDepot.com.
WHEN: October 7-27, 2010
WHERE: All The Home Depot locations in the U.S.
ADMISSION: Free of charge
If you’d like to learn more about cordless batteries then we suggest you read our article on Lithium-Ion vs Nickle Cadmium Batteries.
Do they give you a new drill or credit towards one?
Rob – They recycle the batteries for free.