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TerraCycle in the news

The latest newspaper and magazine articles, blogs, and social content can be found below.

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News articles

Going Beyond Earth Month Celebrate EARTH YEAR

At TerraCycle, we have a variety of public drop-off recycling programs for traditionally difficult-to-recycle waste streams. Participants interested in starting a public drop-off location in their community simply sign up for a program, set up a collection bin, and begin … Continue reading

Dish Magazine · May 3, 2016

6 Mental Blocks Keeping You From Living Greener + How To Overcome Them

You can also join one of TerraCycle’s many recycling programs for difficult-to-recycle waste streams, or check out our new premium recycling option called the Zero Waste Box. Simply go to Staples.com and purchase a box, fill it with the appropriate waste, and then … Continue reading

MindBodyGreen · May 3, 2016

Zero Waste: Adding 3 More “Rs” to Running

The results were better than I could have hoped for. Of the nearly 500 pounds of total waste we collected over the weekend, less than 50 went to the landfill. Everything else was recycled, composted, or will be sent to TerraCycle for … Continue reading

Run Bike Throw · May 2, 2016

Jacque Howard iMAGines news boxes as libraries for Trenton and makes it so

The America of today was born on a cold winter day in Trenton against all odds by the unflinching will of George Washington. Terracycle, an early friend of MagazineLiteracy.org, was founded by Tom Szaky on the premise of turning worm waste … Continue reading

MagazineLiteracy.org · May 1, 2016

Rev Up Your Clip & Save Fundraiser

TerraCycle Groups sign up to collect different types of waste packaging, such as drink pouches and certain brands of food packaging. Schools usually receive 2 cents per piece.

PTO Today · May 1, 2016

The Big Butt Problem: why tossing your cigarette into the gutter is not okay

Smokers are used to getting grief from the rest of society. Having been bombarded with graphic warnings about your certain death by cancer, frowned and tutted at for blowing filth-clouds at civilians, and forced out into the cold and rain, … Continue reading

Collectively.org · Apr 27, 2016

Guitar String Recycling Event

Manchester Music Mill is hosting a free recycle and restring event for local musicians. Sponsored by D’Addario, participants can bring old guitar strings in to recycle, as well as get their guitars restrung with D’Addario NYXL or Nickel Bronze Acoustic … Continue reading

New Hampshire Magazine Online · Apr 27, 2016

Recycling packaging is important, but doesn’t the inside count?

Product packaging is the focus in our current recycling infrastructure. Metal cans, plastic containers and cardboard boxes are top of mind as far as recyclable items go, as these can be collected and processed at low cost and sold as … Continue reading

TreeHugger · Apr 27, 2016

Residents can recycle car seats

Between now and May 7, Tomball and  Magnolia area residents can recycle used car seats at their local Target store. In celebration of Earth Month, 36 Target stores across Texas are hosting a car seat collection program to help residents … Continue reading

Tomball Magnolia Tribune Online · Apr 27, 2016

Join Me in the Tom’s of Maine Less Waste Challenge

Did you know that the average American family produces nearly 125 pounds of waste every week? That’s a lot of garbage! I think about the amount of trash we generate every Sunday evening as we roll an overflowing garbage can to the curb for … Continue reading

Groovy Green Livin’ blog · Apr 27, 2016

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