Users who recycle their nickel cadmium, nickel metal hydride or lithium ion DeWalt power tool batteries at one of the company's 79 service centers will receive a $10 discount to put toward their next DeWalt battery purchase.

DeWalt is participating in a promotion with Call2Recycle, a national battery-recycling program of the Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation. Users who recycle their nickel cadmium (NiCd), nickel metal hydride (NiMH) or lithium ion (Li-Ion) DeWalt power tool batteries at one of the company’s 79 service centers will receive a $10 discount to put toward their next DeWalt battery purchase.

Additionally, participants will have the opportunity to help Call2Recycle reach its campaign goal of collecting one million pounds of batteries by Nov. 30.

“At DeWalt, we know thousands of professionals rely on our batteries everyday on the jobsite,” said Jason McNeil, cordless product manager for DEWALT. “That said, it’s an honor to partner with RBRC for the fourth time and provide end users with a convenient way to make a responsible decision when it comes to battery disposal.”

MyCall2Recycle is a call to action for consumers and professionals across the nation to participate in the Call2Recycle program, the only free rechargeable battery and cell phone collection program in North America.

To find a DeWalt service center near you, visit www.dewalt.com/Find-Service-Center.aspx.

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