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Kimberly-Clark Professional Launches Innovative RightCycle Program To Recycle Single-Use Cleanroom and Laboratory Gloves and Garments

To provide cleanrooms and laboratories with effective solutions to mitigate waste and enhance Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and sustainability efforts, Kimberly-Clark Professional has introduced RightCycle – the first large-scale recycling effort for nontraditional cleanroom waste.

American Laboratory · Apr 30, 2013

TerraCycle, Kimberly-Clark partner to recycle cleanroom waste

Kimberly-Clark Professional, a division of personal care company that manufacturers contamination control products for laboratories and cleanrooms, has partnered with recycling company TerraCycle to launch RightCycle, a recycling program for hard-to-recycle cleanroom waste such as gloves, hoods, boot covers and … Continue Reading

Plastics News · Apr 30, 2013

St. Gregory the Great Cited for its Good Green Works

Terracycle, Inc., is a company that collects used products that are hard to recycle and changes those things into eco-friendly products. The company has been partnering with St. Gregory the Great in its recycling programs.

Patch.com - Athens, GA · Apr 30, 2013

Earth Day celebration to feature Terracycle executive

Princeton’s Earth Day celebration — featuring a 5:30 p.m. talk by Albe Zakes, recycling company Terracycle’s global vice president of public relations; informational tables for student groups and local businesses; free pizza and ice cream; and dance and singing performances … Continue Reading

Princeton.edu · Apr 30, 2013

Portland business owner: No more butts

The butts Roylos collects will be recycled through TerraCycle, a Trenton, N.J., company that offers free waste collection programs for hard-to-recycle items. TerraCycle converts the butts into plastic pellets. Other companies reclaim the chemicals that settle in the filters, Roylos … Continue Reading

Portland Press Herald · Apr 30, 2013

Hackensack hospital teams up with Trenton recycling company

HACKENSACK — Diaper packaging, shoes and writing utensils don’t go into the garbage at Hackensack University Medical Center—not anymore.  Now, they and other difficult-to-recycle items will be recycled.  That’s because Hackensack University Medical Center has partnered with TerraCycle, a Trenton … Continue Reading

Newark Star Ledger (NJ.com) · Apr 30, 2013

TerraCycle, Kimberly-Clark partner to recycle cleanroom waste

Kimberly-Clark Professional, a division of personal care company that manufacturers contamination control products for laboratories and cleanrooms, has partnered with recycling company TerraCycle to launch RightCycle, a recycling program for hard-to-recycle cleanroom waste such as gloves, hoods, boot covers and … Continue Reading

Waste and Recycling News · Apr 30, 2013

Elementary Students Take on Earth Day Project to Recycle Electronics

Ranney’s Lower School kicked off Earth Day during the week of April 22, 2013 with a new recycling project that focuses on electronics. In collaboration with Terracycle, which provides free waste-collection programs for hard-to-recycle materials, students and their families are … Continue Reading

Patch.com - Long Branch, NJ · Apr 29, 2013

New TerraCycle program kicked off at Franklin’s Helen Keller School

Helen Keller Elementary School in Franklin is participating in an innovative “green” program that, in addition to reducing waste and raising students’ awareness about recycling, will also earn extra money for the school by joining TerraCycle’s Chip Bag Brigade recycling … Continue Reading

Milford Daily News Online · Apr 29, 2013

Recycle Ink Cartridges, Dairy Containers and More at the Garwood Library

In addition to clean, empty dairy tubs and lids (yogurt, butter, cream cheese, etc.), the following items may also be dropped off at the Garwood Public Library for recycling with Terracyle:  Any brand of empty inkjet cartridges, any brand of … Continue Reading

Patch.com - Clark-Garwood, NJ · Apr 28, 2013