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Stores offer recycling project

BLOOMINGTON – Local locations of Office Depot and Old Navy are accepting used pens and flip-flops, respectively, during a nationwide recycling program. Between April 17 and 23, shoppers can bring 10 used pens, markers or mechanical pencils to Office Depot … Continue reading · Mar 31, 2011

How To Green Your Lunch

Pack It Up The #1 best way that you can green your lunch is to pack it. Instead of using plastic or paper bags, you should choose a reusable lunch box. Why? According to the EPA, children who bring a … Continue reading

Green Options · Mar 31, 2011

Newtown Elementary Students Turn Trash into Cash

It’s hard to imagine that anyone would get excited about sorting trash. But each Friday, the third graders at Newtown Elementary School beg to do just that. In fact, they like it so much that they forgo recess just to … Continue reading

Newtown Patch · Mar 30, 2011

Green Bytes: A sweet second life

Americans bought 120 million pounds of candy last Easter. By the time the sugar high wears off, millions of candy wrappers have been discarded and end up in landfills. It doesn’t have to be that way. TerraCycle has partnered with … Continue reading

Commercial Appeal · Mar 29, 2011

Method, Terracycle Help Clean Up the Planet

Method, a provider of premium, eco-friendly household and personal care products, and upcycling innovator TerraCycle Inc. have teamed up to enable families to recycle their used packaging. Members of the Method Refill Brigade collect their used soap refill packaging and … Continue reading

Progressive Grocer Online · Mar 27, 2011


At the beginning of the school year, I volunteered to head a recycling campaign at Ethan’s school called TerraCycle. It’s a very cool company started by a guy who didn’t like throwing things away and wanted to find a purpose … Continue reading

Jonanddarcy Blog · Mar 27, 2011

Lawrence Intermediate School Unveils Student Leadership Program Designed to Help the School Become “Greener”

Student teams launched a new student-led service learning campaign designed to make Lawrence Intermediate School a “greener” school by enlisting all of their peers and the staff in a school-wide recycling competition. As the students announced during Monday’s assembly, each … Continue reading

Lawrenceville Patch · Mar 27, 2011

Get paid for your trash!

Many of the items we use on a daily basis produce a large amount of waste.  Much of our trash comes from food and beverage containers.  You eat a bag of chips, and then that bag sits in a landfill … Continue reading

Great Allegheny Passage Sustainable Business Network · Mar 22, 2011

Giveaway: EcoMom $25 Gift Certificate (4 Winners) #WinGiveaways

EcoMom has a variety of natural and organic products available, including non-toxic cleaning products like TerraCycle’s, whose cleaners are derived from organic essential oils and natural plant and mineral extract. The All Purpose Cleaner is non-toxic, bio-degradable, and packaged in … Continue reading

Saving Cents With Sense · Mar 21, 2011

Why Your Company Should Be Mission Driven

Some of my favorite entrepreneurial companies have very strong social missions: Stoneyfield Farm,  Honest Tea, TerraCycle, Timberland, and Patagonia, to name just a few. Note that these are all extremely successful companies whose CEOS routinely talk about how having a … Continue reading

bNet · Mar 21, 2011