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Darkening Our Shade of Green

Friday was the 2nd day of school with my latest crop of 3rd graders….and the first Friday, which means it is our weekly “Capri Sun Collect and Count” day in my classroom. For the last 3 years, one of our … Continue Reading

GreenTeamGazette.BlogSpot.com · Sep 4, 2011

Green School Supplies

My Green Life in Pueblo blog · Sep 4, 2011

TerraCycle Brigades

University of Florida Sustainable UF page · Sep 4, 2011

Garnier & TerraCycle Recycle Packages

TerraCycle and Garnier have teamed up to create a second life for empty cosmetic containers. Under the “Personal Care and Beauty Brigade” plan consumers can send in their used personal care or beauty product packaging and TerraCycle will upcycle the … Continue Reading

BeautyPackaging.com · Sep 2, 2011

TerraCycle

The Redfield Press · Sep 2, 2011

Ginsey Gets Greener

Currently offering booster seats, potty seats a step stool from Growing Up Green, a line of kids bamboo products with a mission to protect the environment for future generations while encouraging children to be eco-conscious, Ginsey has plans in place … Continue Reading

Natural Awakenings, South Jersey edition · Sep 1, 2011

Beauty Spots

PACKAGE DEAL TerraCycle, a company devoted to finding new uses for hard-to-recycle waste (candy wrappers, cellphones, flip-flops), has teamed with the personal-care company Garnier to find new purposes for old cosmetics packaging. Used lipstick and mascara tubes, shampoo and conditioner … Continue Reading

New York Times · Sep 1, 2011

Back to School Bonus

Tampa Bay Parenting · Sep 1, 2011

Packing a Greener Lunch

For example, Pultyniewicz said, instead of buying individual juice boxes for your child, purchase one large recyclable container of juice and reuse a thermos daily. If you decide to buy individual boxes of juice, choose brands with packaging that can … Continue Reading

Patch.com – Germantown, MD · Aug 30, 2011