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The 3rd-place prize package from Terracycle includes: Billboard Backpack by Yakpak Capri Sun Lunchbox Ozark Trail 24-Can Cooler TerraCycle Portable Skittles Speakers Honest Kids Messenger Bag Rold Gold 3-Ring Binder Pencil Case Frito Lay Chip Bag Binder Doritos Nacho Cheese … Continue ReadingBabble.com’s Facebook Page · Aug 12, 2011
Despite their growing global presence and epic partnerships, TerraCycle is unsurprisingly still down to earth — and we mean down. Employees recently put their quirky upcycled designs to use by renovating their entire Trenton, New Jersey offices with waste material. … Continue ReadingInhabitat.com · Aug 12, 2011
To help, one company is offering consumers a way to reduce their household garbage while earning money for local schools or charities. Through free collection programs called Brigades, upcycling pioneer TerraCycle is collecting and paying for packaging waste from household … Continue ReadingHighlands Today · Aug 11, 2011
You all may remember a fabulous company I stumbled across last summer, Terracyle. Terracycle was founded in 2001 and is currently one of the fast growing eco-friendly manufacturers in the world. What exactly IS TerraCycle you ask? In a nutshell, … Continue ReadingReviewedByMom.Blogspot.com · Aug 11, 2011
Earth 911 · Aug 11, 2011
Milford Daily News · Aug 10, 2011
Old Town Alexandria Patch · Aug 10, 2011
Instead of throwing out their garbage this summer, hikers and park-goers have another option for their non-recyclable trash after they pack it out: sending it free of charge to pioneering company TerraCycle to be recycled. TerraCycle collects people’s trash and … Continue ReadingBirmingham Magazine Online · Aug 9, 2011
About: TerraCycle’s purpose is to eliminate the idea of waste. We do this by creating national recycling systems for previously non-recyclable or hard-to-recycle waste. Anyone can sign up for these programs, called the Brigades, and start sending us waste. TerraCycle … Continue ReadingEcorazzi.com · Aug 9, 2011
MetroWest Daily News · Aug 9, 2011