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There’s A Fortune In Your Trashcan | Sustainable Brands 2013

Recycling was a big topic at Sustainable Brands this year. More specifically, how brands are making money out of trash. A perfect storm of forces has coalesced to make recycled plastics more viable than they used to be, and sometimes more viable than … Continue Reading

CleanTechnica.com · Jun 10, 2013

There’s A Fortune In Your Trashcan | Sustainable Brands 2013

Recycling was a big topic at Sustainable Brands this year. More specifically, how brands are making money out of trash. A perfect storm of forces has coalesced to make recycled plastics more viable than they used to be, and sometimes more viable than … Continue Reading

Before It's News · Jun 10, 2013

St. Gregory the Great Episcopal Church collects trash for competition

St. Gregory the Great Episcopal Church in Athens is hosting its first TerraCycle Triathlon of Trash through Aug. 15. The community is asked to gather trash from the list included here below and bring it to the TerraCycle Triathlon of … Continue Reading

Online Athens (GA) · Jun 10, 2013

Recycling Everything We Touch

Dynamic 31-year old CEO Tom Szaky founded TerraCycle in 2001 to attack recycling with a vengeance! TerraCycle works with more than 100 major U.S. brands and in 22 other countries to collect used packaging and products otherwise headed to landfills. It repurposes … Continue Reading

Loyalty360 · Jun 10, 2013

How to Find the Customers Who Appreciate You

That lesson was driven home to me at an inspiring seminar I attended recently in Boston. The event was put on by the Initiative for a Competitive Inner City, founded by a Harvard business professor, to celebrate 100 of the … Continue Reading

Inc. Magazine Online · Jun 6, 2013

Coffee Convenience, A Growing Environmental Problem that Costs Us All Dearly

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 Reading

Talk of the Sound · Jun 6, 2013

As Single-Serve Coffee Use Soars, Industry Struggles with Recycling Solutions

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 Reading

Environmental Leader · Jun 6, 2013

Growing Food On Walls To “Vegecate” Kids? What’s Next In Social Transformation?

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 Reading

Forbes.com · Jun 6, 2013

In the Bag

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The Pilot (NC) · Jun 5, 2013

TerraCycle turns garbage into usable products

 

The Wave (DE) · Jun 5, 2013