Reusing and Recycling Child Car Seats

Hey, I’m guest blogging @ Fletcher Allen Health Care this week!

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Fletcher Allen is launching the first initiative in Vermont to recycle old child car seats into items such as detergent bottles, culverts and other non-clear plastics. Fletcher Allen, in partnership with the Vermont Governor’s Highway Safety Program and Canusa Hershman Recycling Company of St. Albans, will host a free child car seat recycling drop-off and car seat inspection event on Sept. 15 at the Fanny Allen Campus in Colchester between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m.

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By Ann Weinstein

Hey!  I’ve got this car seat I’m not going to use again…can I sell/give it to my sister/cousin/neighbor/friend?  What do I do with it?  Can I recycle it?

This line and variants of it are a frequent refrain to the car seat hotline and at fitting stations across the state.  We all want kids to be safe and many folks think any car seat is better than no car seat.  While…

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About catfeet1

Mom, canner, reader, sci-fi geek, she who loves car seats
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