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News articles

The Essential Role of Logistics in a Growing Circular Economy

In today’s world, the basic model for the production of goods is linear: natural resources are extracted and turned into products that are used for a limited time. While some of these products are recycled, most eventually end up in … Continue Reading · Oct 18, 2016

How to Make the World a Better Place

Each morning is the beginning of a new day and another chance to make the world a better place. Think your actions don’t make a difference? Think again! Taking small, mindful actions for positive improvement can have a great impact … Continue Reading

The Shoals News · Oct 17, 2016

The List: 6 Treats and Tricks For Reducing Halloween Waste

Candy wrappers, disposable décor, cheap wrappers, oh my! Here are some new tips for cutting down on Halloween trash. A couple of years ago, my daughters were nonplussed to discover that one of our neighbors dropped an ear of popping … Continue Reading

Live Green blog · Oct 14, 2016

GR school wins playground made from recyclables

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — Dozens of schools from six states competed and one local school took home the grand prize of a brand new playground made entirely of recycled materials. Legacy Christian Elementary School in Grand Rapids unveiled their … Continue Reading

WOOD-TV Online · Oct 12, 2016

West Michigan school wins playground made out of toothbrushes

CUTLERVILLE, Mich. — The students at Legacy Christian Elementary School are taking brushing and flossing to a new level. Over the past two years, they’ve been recycling old toothbrushes, floss containers, and toothpaste tubes in hopes of winning a new … Continue Reading

WXMI-TV Online · Oct 12, 2016

Company targeting hard-to-recover plastics gets financial backing

Environmental services company Suez Environnement has partnered with TerraCycle to expand the recovery of difficult-to-recycle plastics in six European countries. The France-based waste, recycling and water treatment giant bought 30 percent of the shares of New Jersey-based TerraCycle in Belgium, … Continue Reading

Resource Recycling · Oct 12, 2016

Do Consumers Still Care about Recycling?

Recycling is the most accessible and easily understood aspect of environmentalism and sustainability. An eco-conscious practice often learned in childhood, the habit (or lack thereof) is passed down to us by our role models, parents and guardians, an action we … Continue Reading

Green Living Ideas · Oct 12, 2016

Peculiar things you can recycle

Whether you recycle at the curb with the city of Dalton curbside recycling program, or at one of the convenience centers in Whitfield County, you’re probably accustomed to recycling paper, cardboard boxes, aluminum beverage cans, glass bottles and plastic bottles. … Continue Reading

Daily Citizen · Oct 12, 2016

Munster school honored for its recycling program

Frank H. Hammond Elementary School of Munster has been named an honorable mention in this year’s “Recycled Playground Challenge,” courtesy of Colgate-Palmolive (“Colgate”), Meijer and TerraCycle. Frank H. Hammond Elementary School earned a total of 2,183 Playground Credits by recycling … Continue Reading

The Times Online · Oct 12, 2016

Suez Acquires 30% Stake in TerraCycle

Suez is to acquire 30% of TerraCycle’s recycling business in Northern and Western Europe in order to expand its range of collection programs. The partnership brings together TerraCycle’s collections of ‘difficult’ material streams – such as flexible packaging, coffee capsules … Continue Reading

Waste Advantage Magazine · Oct 11, 2016