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Waste Less, Save More by Precycling by Leah Blunt –> We’ve all heard the familiar phrase; ‘reduce, reuse, recycle.’ For many of us, recycling is a habit to which we have grown accustomed. It makes sense to find ways to … Continue ReadingJan 23, 2013
Are there lots of broken and stubby crayons collecting dust at the bottom of your kid’s pencil box? What about dried up markers? Instead of throwing them out and sending them to the landfill you can recycle them. Crayons can be recycled at … Continue ReadingJan 23, 2013
A Pinecrest High School recycling club is striving to make Moore County a little greener. Aayushi Patel, a school senior and president of the Student Environmental Association, said her group has recently initiated a pair of projects that involve both … Continue ReadingJan 18, 2013
“It’s disgusting and wasteful, so I wanted to do something about it,” Stoner says. No, she’s not going to spend her off-duty time preaching about the evils of smoking and trying to get people to quit. Accepting that smoking will … Continue ReadingJan 17, 2013
TerraCycle is going to turn your trash into KME’s cash! These are all the items we are collecting.Jan 17, 2013
Earth Shepherd Environmental Group of Absegami High School conducted its first fundraiser over the fall, collecting over 100 flip-flops to be recycled, according to Earth Shepherd President Jamie Infanti. The group teamed up with the Smithville and Reeds Road elementary schools in the collection effort. … Continue ReadingJan 17, 2013
Earth Shepherd Environmental Group of Absegami High School conducted its first fundraiser over the fall, collecting over 100 flip-flop to be recycled, according to Earth Shepherd President Jamie Infanti. The group teamed up with the Smithville and Reeds Road … Continue ReadingPatch.com - Galloway, NJ · Jan 17, 2013
The Earth Shepherd Environmental Group of Absegami High School recently conducted a successful flip-flop recycling program. Participating schools were Smithville Elementary and Reeds Road elementary schools and Absegami. The three schools collected more than 100 pairs of flip-flops over a … Continue ReadingJan 15, 2013
TerraCycle is a social business, which means that we focus on the so-called triple bottom line: planet, people and profits. For us, this has meant creating a business model that involves capturing nonrecyclable waste — like chip bags or diaper … Continue ReadingJan 11, 2013