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Waste giant buys into TerraCycle in Europe

Environmental services company Suez Environnement has partnered with TerraCycle to expand the recovery of difficult-to-recycle materials in six European countries. The France-based waste, recycling and water treatment giant bought 30 percent of the shares of New Jersey-based TerraCycle in Belgium, … Continue Reading · Oct 11, 2016

Suez Buys 30% Stake in TerraCycle, Targets Tough-to-Recycle Waste Streams

French environmental management giant Suez has bought 30 percent of TerraCycle’s operations in Europe. The acquisition will allow Suez to expand its recycling services for challenging materials in Belgium, Finland, France, the Netherlands, the UK and Sweden. Earlier reports value … Continue Reading

Environmental Leader · Oct 10, 2016

Suez expands recycling of tough materials in Europe with stake in TerraCycle

Dive Brief: French waste management company Suez Environment has purchased a 30% stake in New Jersey-based TerraCycle’s European operations, which has been previously valued at approximately $30 million, as reported by the Telegraph. This deal will allow Suez to expand recycling … Continue Reading

Waste Dive · Oct 9, 2016

Eye on the Environment: Coastal Cleanup Day a success

A total of 11,846 pounds of litter, or 5.9 tons: That’s the amount of debris collected during Ventura County’s Coastal Cleanup Day last month. This year’s campaign highlighted the problem of cigarette-butt litter to raise awareness of the harm it … Continue Reading

Ventura County Star · Oct 8, 2016

Support Brands That Participate in TerraCycle With These 12 Vegan Products

We live in a world of packaging. Unless you buy every single food item in bulk, never buy pre-made snacks or meals, and never grab a snack on a whim at a nearby bodega, there’s a very good chance you … Continue Reading

One Green Planet · Oct 7, 2016

Paris-based Waste Management Company Suez Buys Stake in TerraCycle

Paris-based waste management company Suez is buying 30pc of TerraCycle in a multi-million pound deal that will enable it to recycle items like coffee pods, cigarette butts and biscuit wrappers for the first time. The deal will also allow Suez to … Continue Reading

Waste360 · Oct 6, 2016

Suez buys stake in specialist recycling firm TerraCycle

French waste management company Suez is buying 30pc of specialist recycling business TerraCycle in a deal that will enable it to recycle items such as coffee pods, cigarette butts and biscuit wrappers for the first time. The multi-million pound deal will … Continue Reading

EIN Newsdesk · Oct 6, 2016

SUEZ and TerraCycle Join Forces in Europe to Develop Innovative Recycling Solutions

SUEZ is partnering with TerraCycle and acquiring 30% of its activities in Europe to develop innovative collection and recycling programs in Belgium, Finland, France, the Netherlands, the UK and Sweden. This partnership brings together TerraCycle’s collection programs, which focus on … Continue Reading

Yahoo! Finance · Oct 6, 2016

Suwanee Music Store Hosts Free Guitar String Recycling Event

Local musicians are invited to attend a free recycle and restring event at Town Center Music in Suwanee Saturday, October 22 at 12:00 p.m. Sponsored by D’Addario, musicians can bring any old instrument strings for recycling and get their electric … Continue Reading

Explore Gwinnett · Oct 6, 2016

Henkel’s recycling program for adhesive packaging is a game changer

It is estimated that industrial activities currently generate nearly 7.6 billion tons of solid waste in the U.S. each year, amounting to 3,000% of the total municipal waste generated by Americans annually, according to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Though industrial outputs contribute a … Continue Reading

Packaging Digest · Oct 5, 2016