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Zion Lutheran students learn about Earth Day

The Pre-Kindergarten students have also been learning about recycling and doing some of it themselves. Currently they are growing flowers in “recycled greenhouses” made out of 16- and 20-oz. plastic bottles. They have also been sorting a variety of garbage … Continue Reading

The Daily Review · Apr 28, 2013

Grasse Elementary teachers don recyclable fashions at Earth Day celebration

At J.M. Grasse Elementary School last week, however, physical education teacher Audrey Coll and classroom assistant James Conwell strutted down the impromptu gymnasium catwalk, decked out in recycled materials like Capri Sun juice packs, plastic caps and newspaper, to the … Continue Reading

The Reporter (Lansdale, PA) · Apr 28, 2013

John V. Doyle School Joins National Recycling Milestone

In recognition of April being “Earth Month,” recycling pioneer TerraCycle is celebrating reaching $7 million donated to schools and charities across the country and around the world with help from groups in Rhode Island.

Patch.com - Conventry, RI · Apr 27, 2013

Highland Pines wins environmental award

“We’ve done a whole bunch of recycling,” Muska said. “We collect used cell phones, batteries, crayons. We are with a company called Terracycle that we send chip bags and Capri Sun pouches. We get two cents for every pouch and … Continue Reading

Tuscola Today · Apr 27, 2013

Elementary school students learn about recycling at Whitemarsh

All of the sorted recyclables are sent to Terracycle, a company based in New Jersey. Their goal is to convert hard to recycle materials into a wide variety of items and materials. Some of the Upcycling products they offer are … Continue Reading

Times Herald (Montgomery County, PA) · Apr 26, 2013

Ferri Middle School Joins National Recycling Milestone

Johnston students helped raise more than $7 million for charity through the TerraCycle Brigade Program. By Lauren Costa Email the author 5:45 am In recognition of April being “Earth Month,” recycling pioneer TerraCycle is celebrating reaching $7 million donated to schools … Continue Reading

JohnstonPatch · Apr 24, 2013

Far Hills Country Day School’s Director of Sustainability, Priscilla Hayes, wins Garden State Green Award

Far Hills Country Day School (FHCDS) is proud to announce that Priscilla Hayes, Director of Sustainability for the school, has won the Garden State Green Award sponsored by Kean University. The Garden State Green Award honors individuals and organizations that … Continue Reading

NJ.com · Apr 24, 2013

Options abound for keeping household waste out of landfills

There’s really little need to toss things out these days — at least, not in the manner to which we’re accustomed. It’s part of a shift in policies, practices and products that has made it much easier than it used … Continue Reading

Naperville Sun Online · Apr 23, 2013

The 2013 Green Awards

A company rooted in worm compost and the resulting organic fertilizer, Trenton’s TerraCycle started in 2001 as an enterprise thought up by Princeton University freshman Tom Szaky. Now, it’s a multi-million dollar waste-eliminating business that operates across the U.S. and … Continue Reading

South Jersey Biz · Apr 23, 2013

The 2013 Green Awards

A company rooted in worm compost and the resulting organic fertilizer, Trenton’s TerraCycle started in 2001 as an enterprise thought up by Princeton University freshman Tom Szaky. Now, it’s a multi-million dollar waste-eliminating business that operates across the U.S. and … Continue Reading

SouthJersey.com · Apr 23, 2013