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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
We go through A LOT of juice pouch drinks during the summer and during sports seasons. I have a box sitting on the counter that the empty juice pouches go into; when we have filled the box, we will send … Continue readingYahoo Finance · Oct 7, 2011
VOTES NEEDED — The Olmsted Falls Middle School is a finalist in a nationwide contest in designing a TerraCycle waste collection station. Teacher Mike Schafer’s Green Team designed one resembling the Cleveland Rock ‘n Roll Museum and Hall of Fame … Continue readingCleveland.com – Sun Post-Herald Online · Oct 7, 2011
TerraCycle turns non-recyclable plastic waste into recyclable products. Natalie Allen reports.CNN International · Oct 6, 2011
It seems like all we hear about these days is the “go green” movement. We are all told to drive hybrid cars, recycle and use paper — not plastic. In addition to this movement, the Virginia Tech Equestrian Team has … Continue readingVirginia Tech Her Campus website · Oct 5, 2011
It’s time for the Go Green Giveaway Event! I am really excited to be taking part in this green event! There are over 50 blogs participating, all bringing you natural/organic products or family friendly items from eco-friendly companies!! For my … Continue readingFrugal Mom of Two · Oct 5, 2011
Drink pouches, candy wrappers, and packaging for crackers, chips and other snacks—until last year, they all ended up in the dumpster at Yeshivat Noam. Now, they are being recycled, thanks to the efforts of teacher Alysa Cohen and Trenton-based company … Continue readingParamus Patch · Oct 5, 2011
The Tabernacle Christian Academy recently celebrated their new playground with a neighborhood party. The playground was a gift from Old Navy and Terracycle and was awarded through a competitive grant process. The celebration included food, games, prizes and entertainment.Poughkeepsie Journal · Oct 4, 2011