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For their efforts, they will receive a two-cent per cup refund and a $60 prize from the contest sponsor, New Jersey-based Terracycle Inc.Petaluma360.com · Nov 25, 2013
As part of my research on the brand, I discovered that Larabar wrappers are now recyclable through TerraCycle and that several of the flavors are certified GMO-free.Carrie On Vegan blog · Nov 21, 2013
New Jersey-based global recycling company TerraCycle installed 110 receptacles bearing stickers reading “Recycle Your Butts Here” for the pilot project, which is expected to last four to five months, according to Canada’s Metro News. The butts will be collected and … Continue ReadingChico News & Review Online · Nov 21, 2013
Leadership opportunities are available in many classrooms, he said, of various designations, including table helper, floor helper or TerraCycle student leaders who help collect recycling bins. “Always remember to follow the leader in you.”Horsham Patch (PA) · Nov 20, 2013
Having previously introduced tobacco waste recycling to Canadian and American consumers via twin Cigarette Brigade programs, TerraCycle, the New Jersey-headquartered “waste solution development” firm dedicated to dealing with “worthless and unsavory” recyclables is now helping to bring cigarette butt recycling … Continue ReadingMother Nature Network · Nov 18, 2013
In October, TerraCycle, an upcycling and recycling company in New Jersey, announced a partnership with Seattle-based Sur La Table to collect Nespresso and Illy capsules in all locations around the nation and send them to New Jersey.Seattle Times · Nov 18, 2013
We are already headed there for grocery shopping so it is not out of the way. Well, what if you could get your items recycled into products that can be used? That is what TerraCycle does.My Frugal Wife · Nov 17, 2013
A shelter volunteer turned the humane society on to TerraCycle, which works with more than 100 major brands in the U.S. and 22 other countries to take the packaging from many common, but difficult-to-recycle products and turn it into affordable, … Continue ReadingNov 15, 2013
From glue sticks to flip-flops, TerraCycle has embraced hard-to-recycle waste with open arms. And with this new collection scheme, the company is taking on the country’s most pervasive type of litter: Cigarette butts.Mother Nature Network · Nov 15, 2013
Check out Terracycle and join a Brigade.Delaware County Times · Nov 15, 2013