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As America’s culture of convenience continues to flourish, single-cup coffee makers have become increasingly popular among coffee drinkers. But beneath those expedient one-cup coffee pods lies a growing environmental problem. Like most single-cup coffee pods, K-Cups consist of a combination … Continue ReadingTalk of the Sound · Jun 6, 2013
More than a tenth of US households — 12 percent — own single-cup coffee brewers, says the National Coffee Association, and that number is on the rise. But one-cup coffee pods are not easily recyclable, and the coffee industry is … Continue ReadingEnvironmental Leader · Jun 6, 2013
The Social Innovation Summit Landmark Ventures launched the Social Innovation Summit 3 years ago to convene socially conscious businesses, non-profits, corporations and investors to explore technology innovations and partnerships that solve problems around clean air and water, poverty and more. … Continue ReadingForbes.com · Jun 6, 2013
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Earth Patrol Ambassadors recycling along side the company, TerraCycle.Charlotte Observer (NC) · Jun 5, 2013
CashForPurses.com is partnering with TerraCycle, Inc. as part of the TerraCycle Brigade program to help consumers find a new life for unwanted designer handbags instead of throwing them out.TerraCycle is an international upcycling and recycling company that takes difficult-to-recycle packaging and … Continue ReadingExaminer.com · Jun 5, 2013
The Frank K. Hehnly Elementary School Recycling Crusaders consist of 35 fifth grade students. The Crusader advisors are second grade teacher, AnnMarie Estevez, and computer teacher, Diane Rizzo. The students encourage the entire school to use the recycling bins outside … Continue ReadingNJ.com · Jun 5, 2013
The Frank K. Hehnly Elementary School Recycling Crusaders consist of 35 fifth grade students. The Crusader advisors are second grade teacher, AnnMarie Estevez, and computer teacher, Diane Rizzo. The students encourage the entire school to use the recycling bins … Continue ReadingNJ.com · Jun 5, 2013
At Humke Elementary School, there are several such volunteers, and Patti Ebbe is just one of them. Ebbe is president of the school’s Humke Involved Parent Organization, or HIPO, and she also helps out with day-to-day operations. “We raise money … Continue ReadingWisconsin Rapids Tribune Online · Jun 5, 2013