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TerraCycle in the news

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News articles

Recycling Challenge: Pens

Grid Magazine · Nov 9, 2011

TerraCycle Leap Into Fall Points Giveaway: We Won!

Here in the elementary school we participate in the TerraCycle waste collection program. By participating in the program, we earn money for our school, which we put towards recycling and other green initiatives.Today I got exciting news that we were … Continue reading

Mr. Button's Blog · Nov 9, 2011

Meld Charity, Creativity

• Share the vision. Trenton, N.J.-based TerraCycle makes new products out of discarded chip bags, drink boxes, pens or anything else that can’t usually be recycled. The company doesn’t use guilt to push consumers into giving. Inspiration goes further. Fun … Continue reading

Investor Business Daily · Nov 8, 2011

Halloween Hangover: What to do with a Sack Full of Candy Wrappers

Recycle Them Wait, didn’t you just say that candy wrappers are tough to recycle?Yes. Yes, I did. No, I’m not messing with your head. Not purposely at least. Most recycling companies won’t appreciate your little Halloween gift, but Terracycle will. … Continue reading

Green Answers · Nov 8, 2011

How Little Brands Land Big Bang for Their Buck Method, Terracycle, Others Get Outsize Returns, but the Model Won’t Work for Most Giant Marketers — Here’s Why

Terracycle has both a great story and a social movement at its core, founded as it was by a Princeton University dropout who launched a business selling worm-poop compost in refurbished Coke bottles. It has built an eight-figure brand largely … Continue reading

Ad Age · Nov 7, 2011

Malibu elementary school opens zero-waste campus

The students at Muse School CA in Malibu canyon will no longer throw their spent glue sticks and granola bar wrappers in the trash. On Monday, the nonprofit private school for children age 2 through 12 unveiled a new zero-waste sorting unit that not only recycles valuable commodities … Continue reading

LATimes.com – Greenspace Blog · Nov 7, 2011

It’s a wrap for Halloween

Forget, for a moment, the concerns about all the candy most kids carted home from trick-or-treating. Push aside, if you will, the worries about tooth decay, childhood obesity and those extended sugar highs. What about all those wrappers? TerraCycle – … Continue reading

Miami Herald · Nov 7, 2011

It’s a wrap for Halloween

Forget, for a moment, the concerns about all the candy most kids carted home from trick-or-treating. Push aside, if you will, the worries about tooth decay, childhood obesity and those extended sugar highs. What about all those wrappers? TerraCycle – … Continue reading

Sun Herald · Nov 7, 2011

It’s a wrap for Halloween

Forget, for a moment, the concerns about all the candy most kids carted home from trick-or-treating. Push aside, if you will, the worries about tooth decay, childhood obesity and those extended sugar highs. What about all those wrappers? TerraCycle – … Continue reading

Sacbee.com · Nov 7, 2011

It’s a wrap for Halloween

Forget, for a moment, the concerns about all the candy most kids carted home from trick-or-treating. Push aside, if you will, the worries about tooth decay, childhood obesity and those extended sugar highs. What about all those wrappers? TerraCycle – … Continue reading

Ledger-Enquirer.com · Nov 7, 2011

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