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TerraCycle in the news

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News articles

The North Face to Reduce Landfill Waste

San Leandro, CA — The North Face®, a premier supplier of outdoor apparel, equipment and footwear, has partnered with upcycling and recycling pioneer TerraCycle® to keep plastic polybags — used to protect apparel through distribution and transit — out of … Continue reading

Retail Facility Business · Aug 4, 2011

The North Face Partners with TerraCycle to Reduce Landfill Waste

The North Face has partnered with upcycling and recycling pioneer TerraCycle to keep plastic polybags, which are used to protect apparel through distribution and transit, out of landfills. The North Face said its Polybag Brigade will divert 100% of the … Continue reading

Sports One Source · Aug 3, 2011

Turn old Hurricane cups and Frito bags into upcycled products

Hey, New Orleans: instead of filling up your trash can with empty food wrappers and plastic Hurricane cups after guests leave, you can reuse the packaging yourself or send the detritus to TerraCycle. In so doing, earn some summer cash … Continue reading

Aug 2, 2011

Pack an Eco-friendly School Lunch

Carolina Parent · Aug 1, 2011

Upcycling Recycling

Washington Parent · Aug 1, 2011


Penn State green blog · Aug 1, 2011

Paducah Parenting & Family Magazine

Paducah Parenting · Aug 1, 2011

Eye on the environment: Dos and don’ts of curbside recycling

Every week, the Los Angeles Times runs a column by Susan Carpenter that describes a material and whether it can be recycled in curbside programs of various jurisdictions. For the past few months, the list of jurisdictions has included “Ventura.” … Continue reading

Ventura County Star (CA) · Aug 1, 2011

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