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School Notes

St. Paul Lutheran School was one of two schools in Florida to receive the U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon Award. The students, staff and families exhibited environmental awareness in student lessons and numerous student-led initiatives to make the campus … Continue Reading

The Ledger.com · May 18, 2013

“In 14 Years They are Decomposable…”

So there has to be other options right? Correct. Back in 2011 TerraCycle and Solo teamed up to create the Solo Cup Brigade, a disposable solution for the millions of single-use cups sold each year.

Portage Life Online · May 16, 2013

Greenliving: Boost your recycling IQ

“Creating a soda bottle requires huge energy,” says Tom Szaky, CEO and founder of TerraCycle. “Then you drink from it, and it’s only gets one use after all that energy that goes into making it.” “People think that just because it’s … Continue Reading

USA Today Green Living Supplement · May 15, 2013

Indian River daycare center collecting diaper packaging

Jubilate Childcare Center is working with Kimberly-Clark’s Huggies branda nd upcycling/recycling pioneer TerraCycle to keep as much diaper packaging out of landfills as possible.

Cheboygan Daily Tribune · May 15, 2013

TerraCycle featured on WLTX (CBS)

TerraCycle featured on WLTX (CBS)

WLTX-TV (SC) · May 15, 2013

“In 14 Years They are Decomposable…”

A large gathering is usually where you’ll find them and when you throw the “handy dandy, easy clean up, red solo cups away” the cups will sit in the landfill for 14 years. Back in 2011 TerraCycle and Solo teamed up … Continue Reading

PortageLife.com (IN) · May 15, 2013

Ella’s Kitchen Organic Baby Food

Ella’s Kitchen Organic Baby Food has a vast selection of diverse and tasteful baby food that will expand your baby’s palate. They have flavors such as….Very, Very Tasty Vegetable Bake with Lentils, Carrots, Apples + Parsnips, or Sweet Potatoes, Pumpkin, … Continue Reading

To The Motherhood Blog · May 15, 2013

Trash means cash for elementary school

The district provides between $150 and $200 a year for Eagle Valley Elementary to buy balls and physical education equipment for students. P.E. teacher Joel Huebner was looking to expand that budget through donations, when three years ago, he bought … Continue Reading

Daily Herald Online · May 15, 2013

UMF students recognized for work in community

A student of the University of Maine, Jediah Scott, was recognized for his achievements after a semester of assisting with a series of community initiatives. Scott was acknowledge for his participation with TerraCycle, a non profit organization located in Trenton, New Jersey. Scott … Continue Reading

Daily Bulldog Online · May 14, 2013

What’s In Your Toothbrush?

Going to the toothbrush aisle can be almost as intimidating as going to the cosmetic section in the drugstore with so many choices in your line of sight. I was pretty excited when the decision was made for me by TOM’S … Continue Reading

Cybele Says · May 14, 2013