, 2022-11-01 08:00:00,
The Saks Beauty Recycling program enables customers to give empty beauty containers a second life
NEW YORK, Nov. 1, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Saks, the premier digital platform for luxury fashion, in partnership with international recycling leader TerraCycle, has unveiled the Saks Beauty Recycling program. The new program introduces a new, convenient solution for customers to give empty beauty containers a second life through Saks.com and at Saks Fifth Avenue stores across the U.S.
“Through the Saks Beauty Recycling program, we are providing customers with a convenient solution for recycling a wide variety of empty beauty packaging from all brands,” said Kate Oldham, SVP, Beauty at Saks. “We are proud to introduce this program to our platform as an extension of the Saks shopping experience and a way to empower our customers to embrace more sustainable practices.”
Cara Chacon, SVP, ESG, Saks, added, “At Saks, we recognize that our day-to-day decisions can have a significant impact on our environment. With our partnership with TerraCycle, we hope to inspire our customers to join us in these initial efforts to reduce waste caused by difficult-to-recycle packaging and keep otherwise non-recyclable plastic packaging out of landfills.”
Beginning today, customers can mail in their eligible empty beauty containers by using prepaid shipping labels that are downloadable via Saks.com. Customers can also drop off eligible empty containers in a designated collection bin at their local Saks Fifth Avenue store. All collected waste is then sorted by category based on composition, such as plastics and metals, and consolidated and sent for processing to become new raw resources that are transformed into new products, like furniture and gardening equipment.
The Saks Beauty Recycling program accepts empty hair care, skin care and cosmetic packaging from all brands – including those sold on Saks.com and in Saks Fifth Avenue stores – as well as from other retailers. For the full list of accepted items, visit Saks.com/beautyrecycling.
“With the launch of this sustainable initiative, Saks is encouraging their customers to reduce waste by providing them with two unique opportunities to responsibly recycle their hair care, skin care and cosmetic packaging,” said Tom Szaky, CEO and Founder of TerraCycle. “The innovative collaboration between Saks and…
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