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News articles

A Green Business Recycles the ‘Un-Recyclable’

“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 or … Continue reading

Women of Green · Feb 24, 2016

Please vote for POP each day – TerraCycle Grant Contest

Promise of Peace Gardens is in the running to win an outdoor garden! Vote for Promise of Peace once a day – EVERY DAY! Voting ends May 15, 2016. From the TerraCycle website: Garnier and TerraCycle are partnering to build … Continue reading

Promise of Peace · Feb 22, 2016

Staples teams with TerraCycle to provide Zero Waste Boxes

Staples is partnering with TerraCycle, the world’s leader in the collection and repurposing of hard-to-recycle, post-consumer waste to provide a zero-waste solution to its customers. Staples customers can now purchase Zero Waste Boxes from the company’s website, allowing them to recycle a … Continue reading · Feb 19, 2016

Crain students double recycling efforts from previous year

Matthew Hamilton, accompanied by other Crain Elementary School students, stood in front of a classroom answering questions fielded by a marketing account manager about his feelings on recycling. “I’m really nervous,” Matthew, 10, said. “Recycling is important to me because … Continue reading

Victoria Advocate · Feb 19, 2016

Wood-Ridge Public Education Foundation Expands TerraCycle Program

The Wood Ridge Public Education Foundation is expanding its Terracycle recycling programs. TerraCycle collects difficult-to-recycle waste and repurposes the material into unique products. All residents can now participate by dropping off drink pouches at the Wood Ridge Civic Center. The … Continue reading

Ridgefield Park · Feb 19, 2016

Terracycle’s ‘Zero-Waste Boxes’ Hit the US Market

US consumers will now be easily able to recycle anything from coffee capsules to old lightbulbs following the arrival of “zero-waste boxes” to the US market. Recycling specialists TerraCycle’s zero-waste boxes are now available on the US website of office … Continue reading

Solid Waste & Recycling · Feb 19, 2016


While some electronics manufacturers will allow for the salvaging of certain reusable parts from their used products, Apple insists they be destroyed, an effort to thwart the production of fake Apple products. That’s according to Tim Culpan writing for, which … Continue reading

Resource-Recycling · Feb 18, 2016

Staples Now Selling Recycle-by-Mail Boxes

Office workers across North America know that a lot of their daily waste is recyclable—those leaky pens that don’t write, reams of office printouts, plastic bottles from rushed lunches—but it’s been a hard sell to get near full sustainability. Landlords … Continue reading

Waste 360 · Feb 18, 2016

TerraCycle announces ‘zero waste boxes’ for collection of hard-to-recycle materials

TerraCycle has announced it will sell “zero-waste boxes” in the US via retail chain Staples’ website, which will store household and office waste that curbside haulers will not typically handle, such as cleaning supplies, electronics, coffee capsules, and light bulbs.

WasteDive · Feb 17, 2016

TerraCycle partners with Staples, Inc. to offer recycling solutions to US consumers

Terracycle has partnered with to offer recycling solutions to US consumers. Terracycle’s Zero Waste Boxes have now been listed on Staples website. Consumers can order Zero Waste Boxes online through the site. The program aims to achieve zero waste by encouraging … Continue reading

ScrapMonster · Feb 16, 2016

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