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Tom’s of Maine & TerraCycle Promote the #LessWasteChallenge

Tom’s of Maine is partnering with the recycling experts at TerraCycle again this spring to promote its #LessWasteChallenge and Toy Recycling Program. Tom’s of Maine is providing families with free shipping labels to mail broken toys to TerraCycle for recycling. … Continue Reading

Beauty Packaging · Mar 30, 2017

Groups to team up for Earth Day cleanup

GLOUCESTER — Local environmental groups are gearing up for an ultimate spring cleaning event in five locations across the city next month. The Gloucester Clean City Commission, One Ocean One Love Shop, the One Hour at a Time Gang and Cape … Continue Reading

Gloucester Times · Mar 30, 2017

MUFI’s urban agrihood to convert blighted home foundation into cistern, community space

We’re following the progress of the Michigan Urban Farming Initiative’s conversion of their North End land into a fully sustainable urban agrihood. The next project on the list includes building a new community space and water harvesting cistern this summer. … Continue Reading

Curbed Detroit · Mar 28, 2017

Detroit urban farm receives $100,000 in grants to repurpose blighted home site

The site of a razed home in Detroit’s North End neighborhood is being transformed into a rain water harvesting cistern and recreational space. The Michigan Urban Farming Initiative project at 325 Horton St. is being supported by $100,000 in corporate … Continue Reading

Crain's Business Detroit · Mar 28, 2017

7 Creative Ways to Fundraise for Your Student Organization

If you’re a part of a student group at your school, you may have to fundraise for your organization. But how do you go about raising the money? Asking people for donations can be totally intimidating and awkward. Luckily, there … Continue Reading

HerCampus.com · Mar 27, 2017

5 packaging materials you didn’t know are difficult to recycle

Recycling is confusing, even for the most well-intentioned and informed conscious consumers. Capabilities of municipal recycling facilities vary from region to region, and items that are difficult-to-recycle sometimes get looped in with regularly accepted items.   Not all paper, metal, … Continue Reading

Treehugger · Mar 27, 2017

Will Consumers Pay More for Recycled Ocean Plastic?

In a move that could increase consumer awareness about marine plastic pollution — and thus, consumer willingness to pay more for products made from recycled marine plastic — recycling company TerraCycle plans to expand its beach cleanup programs to collect … Continue Reading

Environmental Leader · Mar 23, 2017

7 Easy Ways to Be Eco-Friendly at Home

With Earth Day just one month away, it’s the perfect time to start thinking about ways to go green in your everyday life. It’s easy to become overwhelmed with all the different actions you can take to go green, so start … Continue Reading

Peace Love Organic Mom · Mar 23, 2017

TerraCycle details plans for worldwide marine plastic collection

Dive Brief: TerraCycle is partnering with existing beach cleanup programs to collect 500 to 1,000 tons of plastic littler from around the world over the next year, as reported by Plastics News. Following a project with Suez that collected approximately … Continue Reading

Waste Dive · Mar 23, 2017

Looking Forward from World Water Day 2017

“Drink more water” is a prescription that for too many people around the world is easier said than done. As it stands, one in ten people (663 million people – twice the population of the United States) are currently living … Continue Reading

Huffington Post · Mar 23, 2017