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I’ve witnessed many a newly designed space, and often times they feel very–well–”new.” It’s hard to create a new space that feels lived-in and cozy without looking dated. However, Brooklyn design firm and “eco-friendly lifestyle experts” RePlayGround have managed to … Continue readingUSA's Characters Blog · Oct 11, 2011
The designers at TerraCycle refer to themselves as “junkies.” The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders may not recognize job addiction, but after speaking with the company’s resident design junkies, it is not hard to imagine withdrawal symptoms on … Continue readingProduct Design and Development Online · Oct 10, 2011
We recently moved into our newly redesigned offices and in the process managed to strike an interesting balance. Our goal was to embrace our growth from a basement start-up to a proper business with real revenue and an employee manual … Continue readingNYTimes.com · Oct 10, 2011
Atlanta (CNN) — They say one man’s trash is another man’s treasure and for Tom Szaky, founder and CEO of TerraCycle, that couldn’t be more true. His New Jersey-based company is helping millions of people wise-up to waste recycling. But … Continue readingCNN International · Oct 10, 2011
Broward College was recently selected as one of four finalists in a nationwide contest sponsored by TerraCycle. The contest challenged TerraCycle participants to design a TerraCycle waste collection station using discarded "upcycled" waste. Broward College students came up with the … Continue readingTrash2Treasure blog · Oct 10, 2011
yumasunYuma Sun · Oct 10, 2011
Bethel Middle School in the Bryant (AK) School District outside of Little Rock takes soaring celings to the max, and keeps the building cool and airy. (Jackson Brown King Architects) The Bryant School District west of Little Rock, Arkansas, planted … Continue readingweareaustin.com · Oct 8, 2011
When TerraCycle first launched its products in major stores across the nation, the upcycled backpacks, lunchboxes and pencil cases were welcomed by parents and students alike as the perfect “Go green!” options for school year necessities. The fact that these … Continue readingAssociated Content · Oct 7, 2011
Help save the earth a little at a time. Here’s a really easy and fun way to do just that. Old Navy stores are taking your old flip-flops and giving them to TerraCycle, who in turn recycles them into Playground … Continue readingMyCNYMommy.com · Oct 7, 2011
Not only are Wisps incredibly convenient to carry around, they’re also pleasant to use. The brush is gentle, but helps to make your teeth feel cleaner. The pick won’t hurt when you use it, but it will get bits of … Continue readingNational Beauty Examiner · Oct 7, 2011