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September 27, 2022

Stanley Black & Decker partners with TerraCycle to launch recycling program

PHOTO | CONTRIBUTED Stanley Black & Decker's New Britain headquarters.

Stanley Black & Decker’s free recycling program, aimed at encouraging customers to recycle home appliances and tools products containing lithium ion batteries, kicked off Tuesday.

The New Britain-based tools manufacturing company announced it has partnered with TerraCycle to recycle several of its products.

"Stanley Black & Decker is offering consumers a planet-positive way to responsibly dispose of their well-used small home appliances and power tools that have reached the end of their usable life," said TerraCycle CEO and founder Tom Szaky. "Through this recycling program, consumers can divert the waste from landfills while helping to protect and preserve the planet for future generations."

Through the program, products under the labels Black+Decker, Dewalt, Craftsman, Stanley, Porter-Cable, Irwin, Lenox, Max Tools and Bostitch will be accepted.

Consumers may sign up on the TerraCycle website, which allows them to receive prepaid mailing labels or shipping kits for eligible products.

TerraCycle collects, sorts and cleans the waste products and reduces them into material that can be remolded to make new recycled products.

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