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News articles

Lunchtime lesson

Garfield Elementary School students learn about recycling CEDAR RAPIDS — A new “Star Wars” lunchbox is in 6-year-old John Maloy’s future, but the space enthusiast’s lunchtime excitement Monday centered around a closer-to-home initiative to benefit planet Earth. “Reduce, reuse, recycle,” … Continue Reading

The Gazette Online · Feb 20, 2012

Spencer-Van Etten Town Talk: Be green and help schools get greenbacks

Both Chemung and Tioga counties recycle much material, including plastic grocery bags in Tioga. There are some things, however, neither county takes, such as plastic bowls or tubs for yogurt, margarine, Cool Whip, deli foods and the like. I always … Continue Reading · Feb 20, 2012

Clark 7th Graders Take Part In Terracycle Recycling Project

CLARK — Nicole Mailloux’s seventh grade writing students at Carl H. Kumpf Middle School in Clark are actively participating in a service learning project to utilize persuasive writing techniques in order to motivate other middle school students to take part … Continue Reading · Feb 20, 2012

Tom Szaky at TCU State of Leadership Conference

The Keynote speaker was TerraCycle CEO Tom Szaky. We were also asked to sit at his table. Long story short, we chatted the whole dinner, awesome dude. Extremely intelligent, insightful, and funny guy. If you aren’t familiar with TerraCycle, please … Continue Reading

The World of Mark blog · Feb 18, 2012

The Greening Of Westford

As of February 15, 2012: 245,066 pieces equaling 2415 lbs of trash saved from the waste stream. $4975.96 raised for the Westford Schools.

Greening of Westford · Feb 18, 2012

Will disposable diapers soon be recyclable?

Babies are cute. Their diapers are not, for several reasons, many of which involve the environment. Whenever I’m visiting my sister, who has a 2-year-old and a newborn, I’m struck with the sheer volume of dirty diapers in the trash … Continue Reading · Feb 17, 2012

North School News

Mars Area The first day of school for students will be Aug. 27 under a calendar adopted Tuesday by school directors. The last day depends on the number of snow days. If no snow days are used, school will end … Continue Reading · Feb 16, 2012

The maniacs attack! Recyclemania returns to Guilford

Bryan Dooley, Staff Writer February 16, 2012 Reduce, reuse, Recyclemania. Recyclemania is an annual contest which lasts from February through March. Over 400 colleges and universities nationwide — including Guilford — will compete to see which one recycles the most … Continue Reading

The Guilfordian (NC) · Feb 16, 2012

TerraCycle partnership cited as one of the reasons Mars wins Green Candy Company of the Year!

In Hackettstown, the company’s efforts to sustainability and green manufacturing are impressive. First, virtually all waste generated by the 200,000-sq.-ft facility winds up being reused, recycled or redistributed, asserts Brian Suwalski, plant director. Any confectionery waste that’s not possible of … Continue Reading

Candy Industry · Feb 15, 2012

TerraCycle Tuesday: Spotlight on Drink Pouch Brigade

Happy Valentine’s Day and TerraCycle Tuesday! Today we’re looking at one of our most popular brigades, the Drink Pouch Brigade. What can be TerraCycled in this category? Answer: any brand aluminum drink pouches and plastic drink pouches What CANNOT be … Continue Reading

Room 201 Blog · Feb 14, 2012