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All Saints has earned more than $150 by collecting empty applesauce pouches to recycle through a partnership with TerraCycle, Inc., which collects and re-purposes hard-to-recycle, post-consumer waste ranging from used potato chip bags to cigarette butts. The waste is collected … Continue readingHometown Life · Nov 2, 2015
Candy wrappers: These go in the trash, since most wrappers are made from a nonrecyclable plastic film. Terracycle.org, however, does accept some candy wrappers as part of its various “brigades.” Schools can earn money by choosing a brigade to participate … Continue readingProvidence Journal · Nov 2, 2015
Students at Cascade Ridge Elementary School are saving the environment one applesauce pouch at a time. The school is making a difference this year by recycling their lunchtime waste with TerraCycle, a leader in the collection and repurposing of hard-to-recycle … Continue readingThe Issaquah Press · Nov 2, 2015
Students at Cascade Ridge Elementary School are saving the environment one applesauce pouch at a time. The school is making a difference this year by recycling their lunchtime waste with TerraCycle, a leader in the collection and repurposing of hard-to-recycle … Continue readingSammamish Review · Nov 2, 2015
And of course there’s me, in my Capri Sun Dress, Halloween 2009! I can’t even tell you how heavy that was! All juice pouches went to TerraCycle, and only a few safety pin stabs were mine!Green Team Gazette · Nov 2, 2015
Today at assembly we learned about TerraCycle with Susan Whitman! She reminded us of all the products we use each day that can often be TerraCycled. Did you know that juice boxes have to be thrown away in the garbage, … Continue readingRichmond Elementary School blog · Nov 2, 2015
You can also check out online stores like Etsy for creative homemade products made with secondhand materials. TerraCycle, for instance, has an Etsy shop featuring a variety of items made entirely out of waste!Dish Magazine · Nov 2, 2015
Consider making something like an edible cornucopia as your centerpiece, and decorate with a variety of autumn leaves, pinecones, and seasonal fruit or gourds. The Design Junkies here at TerraCycle have also created some simple do-it-yourself projects to help you … Continue readingDish Magazine · Nov 2, 2015
Take it a step farther and recycle the cigarette butts you collect. Check out terracycle.com to find out how. According to their website, nearly 40 million butts have been collected so far which are recycled into a variety of industrial … Continue readingSierra Sun · Oct 29, 2015
Students should consider working with the sustainability office to send these cups to a company such as TerraCycle which will accept No. 6 plastic for free. Even if this program is already being used by a small number of students, … Continue readingThe Daily Northwestern · Oct 29, 2015