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How to Make a Food Wrapper Easter Basket

Spring has sprung early here in the Milwaukee area, and with that comes the opportunities to “green” your Easter crafts! Recycler and up-cycler, TerraCycle has a new, do-it-yourself Easter basket project made from MOM Brands Malt-O-Meal cereal bags or other … Continue Reading

Milwaukee Arts and Crafts Examiner · Mar 15, 2012

Buzzz Briefs

Beautiful recycling by the Girl Scouts The Girl Scouts’ Tioga Service Unit in Merced is teaming up with Terracycle and Garnier for a Personal Care and Beauty Brigade recycling event Saturday. Accepted waste includes lipstick cases, mascara tubes, eye shadow cases … Continue Reading · Mar 14, 2012

Reuse and Recycle, THE 3 R’s – Lazy Ways to Reduce

The 3 Rs (Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle) is no longer simply a mantra for environmental activists, it’s a ticket to saving you money while you consider the planet. The 3Rs ask you to buy less, reuse more, and recycle products … Continue Reading

Idaho Solar Installation blog · Mar 13, 2012

Dropps Laundry Detergent Review

In my house the laundry never ends. There are only three people in my house yet somehow I always have a load in the washing machine. It is a never ending chore that according to my husband only I am … Continue Reading

Bright Bird Deals · Mar 12, 2012

Dairy Tub recycling at the Garwood Library

GARWOOD — Beginning April 2, in addition to clean, empty yogurt cups and lids, the following items may be dropped off at the Garwood Public Library for recycling with Terracyle: Cream Cheese tubs and lids, Ricotta Cheese tubs and lids, Sour … Continue Reading · Mar 9, 2012

How to Save on Plumbing Costs

“First things first: Call a plumber immediately if you have a leak, no matter how small. People often assume that little drips will stop on their own, but most get worse. And when water seeps into your walls or damages … Continue Reading · Mar 8, 2012

Galloway schools turn recycling into cash

Three years ago, while Tina Bauer was a classroom assistant at the Oceanville kindergarten in Galloway Township, she and a co-worker decided to improve the school’s recycling program. A quick web search turned up Princeton-based TerraCycle, and the simple, four-word … Continue Reading · Mar 7, 2012

Students at Miller Elementary recycle juice pouches to brighten day of ill kids

Every weekday at lunchtime, a curious scene plays out in elementary school cafeterias around the country. Students unpack their lunchboxes and hawk their dietary wares with a fervor that would make a Wall Street broker blush. A Fruit Roll-up for … Continue Reading · Mar 7, 2012

Loesche students learn to recycle

Judith Rubin at Loesche Elementary helped students complete their first recycle project for the year. Rubin taught her second-grade class about recycling and found that recycled drink pouches make great folders. Students now have the opportunity to earn a drink … Continue Reading · Mar 6, 2012

Helping Customers Throw Away Your Products Responsibly

Even if you sell the most eco-friendly products on earth, you can’t control how consumers eventually dispose of them. Do they end up in landfills? Get recycled? Donated or resold? Recyclable plastic, after all, does little good if consumers toss … Continue Reading · Mar 2, 2012