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The contest, sponsored by Colgate, ShopRite and TerraCycle, gives “credits” to participating schools that send in their recyclable oral waste, such as toothpaste tubes and mouthwash containers. Schools can also earn points with every vote they receive online.WOBM-FM Online · May 13, 2016
The natural pet food brand has announced the expansion of their partnership with global recycling leader, TerraCycle. As part of the free program, pet parents nationally can recycle their Wellness Complete Health, Wellness CORE and Wellness TruFood dry packaging for … Continue readingPackage Design Magazine Online · May 12, 2016
The contest, sponsored by Colgate, ShopRite and TerraCycle, gives “credits” to participating schools that send in their recyclable oral waste, such as toothpaste tubes and mouthwash containers. Schools can also earn points with every vote they receive online.WKXW-FM Online · May 12, 2016
Here’s a list of some common items and what to do with them to help you figure it all out: Pens, Brita filters, and other Tough stuff Turn to TerraCycle, a recycling company that offers recycling programs that are funded by brands but … Continue readingSierra Club website · May 11, 2016
The grand prize winner of the challenge will win a plastic playground plus the installation for a $50,000 value. This playground will be made from recycled Colgate oral care products collected through the Colgate Oral Care Brigade program, a free … Continue readingNorthJersey.com · May 10, 2016
The competition was put on by Terracycle, a recycling program that awards money for recycled items. For this competition, the first school to collect 200,000 juice pouches was awarded a new playground set made of recycled juice pouches.Columbia County News Times · May 10, 2016
The playground will be constructed completely from recycled dental products, such as empty toothpaste tubes, toothbrushes and floss containers. The contest is sponsored by TerraCycle, Colgate and ShopRite. What the playground looks like can be seen above.Woodbridge Patch · May 9, 2016
The challenge is courtesy of Colgate-Palmolive (“Colgate”), the global oral care leader; ShopRite, which has more than 250 stores in the Northeast; and recycling pioneer TerraCycle.Home News Tribune Online · May 9, 2016
Paraben-free formulas, gentle for everyday use Made of recyclable PET plastic with 30% Post-Consumer Recycled waste Produced in a facility committed to sustainability, reducing its waste and water consumption per unit by approximately 58% and 47% respectively, since 2005 Partnered with TerraCycle® to … Continue readingElle Sees · May 8, 2016