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News articles

Winton Woods Elementary Recycling Club “Upcycles” Juice Bags

Fourth grade students at Winton Woods Elementary School are helping the environment through the school’s Recycling Club. In addition to recycling cans and paper throughout the building, students recently took on the sticky job of bundling recycled juice bags to … Continue Reading

Fox 19 Ohio (Westside) · Jan 20, 2012

Resolutions for a packaging addict

As both packaging professionals and consumers, we live lives dominated by packaging and its science. When we pick up a product at the grocery store or order something new online, we think about what the item itself is packaged in, … Continue Reading

Packaging Digest Online · Jan 20, 2012

TerraCycle Inc: Garbage In, Products Out

Just because you can’t put something in the recycling bin doesn’t mean it can’t be recycled – send it to New Jersey’s TerraCycle Inc., which specializes in unconventional recycleables. For retailers, getting customers in the door is the goal. The more … Continue Reading

Retail Merchandiser · Jan 20, 2012

Update on TerraCycle Progress

Terracycle is a program that was started in the middle of the Fall 2011 semester here at SUNY New Paltz and has quickly gained recognition around campus. Terracycle is a company that sponsors the recycling of items that are not … Continue Reading · Jan 20, 2012

Good News and Bad News About Recycling Thermoforms

Thermoformed packaging such as blister packs and clamshells typically end up in landfills, even though many of them are made of PC PET, the material that is blow molded into soft drink and water bottles and highly recyclable. That’s a … Continue Reading

Machine Design · Jan 19, 2012

Kemptown Students Go Green with Recycling Club

Stuart Walker was so disgusted by the smell of recycling bins during his first day as a member of Kemptown Elementary School’s recycling club, he said he felt like putting a clothespin on his nose. Now the fifth-grader is signing … Continue Reading

Frederick News Post Online · Jan 19, 2012

Eco-conscious Princeton Entrepreneur has a Design for a Better World

Tim McNulty had a satisfying career in high tech sales in California’s Silicon Valley and he and his wife, Chi Park, had adventures living and working in Amsterdam and Germany. But after the birth of their two children, now six … Continue Reading · Jan 18, 2012

TerraCycle Tuesday: Spotlight on Cereal Bag Brigade

Happy TerraCycle Tuesday! Today we’re examining the Cereal Bag Brigade.

Room 201 Blog · Jan 17, 2012

Fundraising with TerraCycle

Community of Faith’s Stepping Stones ministry participates in TerraCycle, a fundraising through recycling program. The following list of items may be brought to church and droped off in the TerraCycle bin located next to the Stepping Stones registration desk. Last … Continue Reading

Community of Faith Church newsletter · Jan 17, 2012


Upcycling is a term not many of us are familiar with, but nonetheless an important concept that differs from recycling. According to Wikipedia, “upcycling is the process of converting waste materials or useless products into new materials or products of … Continue Reading

Cape Cod Today · Jan 16, 2012