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Students at a Michigan elementary school are raising money for their school, while keeping hard-to-recycle materials out of the waste stream. It’s called “upcycling” and at West Ottawa’s Pine Creek Elementary School, it’s becoming part of the school’s culture. “One … Continue ReadingTeach Green blog · Oct 21, 2011
Making costumes and treat bags can help save money and the environment during the Halloween season. A great way to make costumes with upcycled or recycled materials eliminates the expense of purchasing new items and the chance or running into … Continue Readingexaminer.com Milwaukee · Oct 20, 2011
Who doesn’t dream of receiving a product they use regularly for free? You and your readers can enter to receive a year’s worth of detergent for free, and save their cash for other items on their shopping lists. TerraCycle, Inc., … Continue Readingmomgiveaways.com · Oct 20, 2011
This explains, for example, why I save packing peanuts and every so often take a big bagful of them out to Tait Farm, which re-uses them in their mail-order business. Or why I once spent money to ship a box … Continue ReadingPenn Stater Mag · Oct 20, 2011
“The monthly drop off on Recycle Day is new, both in having a once/month date and also by opening it up to miscellaneous products (per website). Items range found on our list include old toothbrushes and toothpaste, old make-up containers, … Continue ReadingRussell Publications Online · Oct 20, 2011
The Holland Sentinel · Oct 20, 2011
Sentinel Standard · Oct 20, 2011
Dropps is teaming up with TerraCycle to search for the largest laundry pile. All you have to do is submit a photo by October 25th, 2011 of that huge pile of laundry that been that just seems to keep growing. … Continue Readinggetyourmindoutoftheclutter.com · Oct 19, 2011
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — The Center for the Performing Arts at Penn State is participating in a new “green” initiative by collecting candy wrappers that are recycled and converted into various products. Through a TerraCycle program called the Candy Wrapper … Continue ReadingPSU Live · Oct 19, 2011
Candy wrappers, old toothbrushes, empty chip bags — at Faith Middle School it’s not just trash; it’s cash. The school can take everything from cream cheese tubs to plastic tape dispensers and recycle it to earn money. And it adds … Continue ReadingThe Bayonet/Ledger-Enquirer · Oct 19, 2011