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As Chief Design Junkie at TerraCycle, Tiffany Threadgould has a unique job description: transform trash into treasure. “TerraCycle runs programs where we collect hard-to-recycle materials. So, things that don’t go into your regular municipal recycling,” she explained. Items like toothbrushes, … Continue readingNJTV Online · Dec 21, 2015
EAST PEORIA — The Thinkinators are thinking again. The FIRST LEGO League Robotics team — consisting of teammates from Bolin School, Central Junior High School and East Peoria Community High School — presented its five-minute skit to teachers, parents and … Continue readingEast Peoria Times-Courier · Dec 16, 2015
Open Farm is the first ethically raised and sourced dog food on the market. The company is based in Canada and says it is rooted in the belief that the best ingredients are grown and raised by farmers who respect the land and … Continue readingThatmutt.com · Dec 16, 2015
Does 3D printing have promise for reinventing manufacturing, as well as some other specialized tasks? Yes… but, for now, it still strikes me as a way to produce tchotchkes, knick-knacks, and trinkets (the word the Christian Science Monitor chose). But if the … Continue readingSustainablog · Dec 15, 2015
When 3D printing and design studio 3D Brooklyn got overwhelmed by the plastic waste the company generated within a short period of time, founder Will Haude wanted to take action and reduce some of that waste by using recycled materials. Haude turned to … Continue reading3Printr.com · Dec 14, 2015
CLINTON – The Hunterdon Art Museum is working to conserve the environment by recycling foil-lined wrappers in TerraCycle’s Energy Bar Wrapper Brigade, sponsored by Larabar energy bars. Despite being new to the program, the museum is one of the top collectors … Continue readingHunterdon Review · Dec 12, 2015
A 3D printing company sells trinkets made from plastic bags, such as the ones that typically contain potato chips, that can’t normally be recycled.Christian Science Monitor Online · Dec 12, 2015
While it’s incredibly exciting that 3D printing is a technology that has the potential to change the face of many familiar industries, it’s alarming to think that most printer filaments are made from non-recycled plastics. Fortunately there are now several … Continue readingTrend Hunter · Dec 11, 2015
Potato chips are a guilty pleasure for a lot of people. I hardly ever buy them, in keeping with my philosophy of “if you eat healthy at home, you can eat terribly elsewhere.” I tend to attack them at parties, … Continue reading3DPrint.com · Dec 11, 2015
A 3D printing company sells trinkets made from plastic bags, such as the ones that typically contain potato chips, that can’t normally be recycled.Christian Science Monitor · Dec 11, 2015