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Fully titled Make Garbage Great: The TerraCycle Family Guide to a Zero-Waste Lifestyle this book is AWESOME! It’s a large hardbound, 224 page, book. You will find fascinating information, little-known facts, awesome graphics, and colorful images on every page.Marsha's Spot · Nov 5, 2015
“One man’s trash is another man’s treasure,” as the saying goes. For TerraCycle founder Tom Szaky, it was more than a saying—it was also his business plan. Founded in 2003, TerraCycle takes your garbage—everything and anything you could throw away … Continue readingYahoo News · Nov 5, 2015
TerraCycle, Inc. started in 2001 when CEO and Founder Tom Szaky dropped out of Princeton University after his freshman year to sell liquefied worm poop in a reused soda bottle, for fertilizer purposes. Despite having little brand recognition and only … Continue readingConsumer Goods Technology · Nov 5, 2015
Karen Marietta, who leads the school’s TerraCycle program, said since it began in 2011, faculty and students have recycled more than 204,000 items from plastic cereal bags and snack pouches to Elmer’s glue sticks and plastic tape dispensers. “It’s between … Continue readingBroomfield Enterprise · Nov 4, 2015
7. Mail bag pouch Once a USPS mail carrier’s bag, this heavy-duty zippered pouch is just the right size to hold your life — ID, cash, kes, credit cards, change. The canvas has been distressed the honest way. Weathered graphics … Continue readingDirt Magazine · Nov 4, 2015
The Hain Celestial Group has announced that members of the recycling club at Pinecrest High School are among the nation’s top 10 collectors of snack bags in The Hain Celestial Group Snack Bag Brigade, a free, national recycling program created … Continue readingThePilot.com · Nov 3, 2015
“One man’s trash is another man’s treasure,” as the saying goes. For TerraCycle founder Tom Szaky, it was more than a saying—it was also his business plan. Founded in 2003, TerraCycle takes your garbage—everything and anything you could throw away … Continue readingYahoo News · Nov 2, 2015
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