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It’s time to ‘Trade In, Trade Up’ your power tools

Now through October 27th you can bring in your used or broken power drills to any of our stores and we’ll dispose of them using our zero landfill tool recycling process – which ensures every piece of material is reprocessed for reuse. And if you’re looking to upgrade your trade-in, we have new lower prices on a number of our lithium-ion tools. Have you check out the lithium-ion technology yet?  This is an awesome way to get a ton of power with a faster charge. You’ll find that lithium-ion tools are lightweight, and outlast NiCad by as much as 50 percent.

 

Just drop off your old drill and battery to any of our U.S. stores by October 27th

 

Cheers

ChrisFixit

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Posted 2010-10-11T13:52:35+0000  by Chris_HD_ATL Chris_HD_ATL
 

Will you accept something that doesn't work anymore?

Posted 2010-10-12T13:44:07+0000  by samsambuca

Hi Sam, welcome to The Home Depot community!

 

ChrisFixit is absolutely right, The Home Depot will accept your old drills and batteries for recycling, working or not. This is a great way to rid yourself of those non-working tools.  As ChrisFixit stated The Home Depot has a great assortment of New Lower Priced, Lithium-Ion power tools with great features to fit your needs, as well as your wants. So bring us your old working or non-working drills or batteries and take a look at our the new offerings. Remember to trade-up by Oct 27th 2010. If you don’t have time to stay and shop after dropping off your old drills or batteries, you can always visit  www.homedepot.com to view our selection.

 

Hope this helps!

Posted 2010-10-12T23:00:59+0000  by Ken_HD_OC
Is there any kind of discount for this trade in?
Posted 2017-04-19T13:21:14+0000  by PnyBy
 
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