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Recycling, Recycling, and Mushrooms!

And as previously articulated, TerraCycle partners with brands to re/upcycle hard-to-recycle branded packaging, like Cliff Bar wrappers, Capri-Sun juice pouches, and so on. By setting up collection sites across America and the world—called brigades—TerraCycle is able to collect the quantity … Continue reading

Recyclable Packaging blog · May 25, 2011

Garnier Cleaner Greener Tour at Walmart in Dallas

This week, Garnier’s Cleaner Greener Tour will be parked at Walmart on Cockrell Hill Road in Dallas from Wednesday-Friday. Walmart shoppers can bring any and all hair care, skin care and cosmetic packaging to the tour vehicle to be recycled … Continue reading

DFW.com · May 25, 2011

Taking Care of Polystyrene

  Another PS product maker, Solo Cup Co. of Lake Forest, Ill., also launched a recycling initiative last month, teaming with TerraCycle Inc. of Trenton, N.J., which works with schools and nonprofits to recycle snack-food packaging. Solo will make a … Continue reading

Plastics News · May 24, 2011

Portage Central Elementary goes ‘green’

According to Heather Seeburger, Portage Central Elementary parent and program initiator, the school’s largest effort toward helping the planet has been collecting items for Terracycle, a small company based in New Jersey that takes items such as Capri Sun pouches, … Continue reading

Michigan Live · May 23, 2011

Circle of Life Cooperative Preschool earns ‘green’ award

The playroom dollhouse fitted with model solar panels and a rain barrel gives one clue about the Circle of Life Cooperative Preschool’s approach to conservation. The recycling bins and compost piles only confirm the Frederick preschool is the sort of … Continue reading

Frederick News Post · May 21, 2011

Old Navy extends national flip flop recycling program to May 21

  When you look at community playgrounds, the last thing you’d assume those playgrounds are built from is flip flops. But Old Navy and TerraCycle are partnering together in a program that makes that happen. The Flip Flop Replay program … Continue reading

Marco News · May 20, 2011

Old Navy extends national flip flop recycling program to May 21

  The Flip Flop Replay program facilitates the recycling of old flip flops to build community playgrounds. It’s all part of a national recycling program.  Now through May 21, Old Navy shoppers can participate in Flip Flop Replay by depositing … Continue reading

Naples Daily News · May 20, 2011

The Triple Value Proposition: Why Inauthentic Green Brands Are Doomed to Fail

What’s going on? Consultants and and pioneers like Terracycle’s Tom Szaky and Method’s Eric Ryan have been quick to seize on the “authenticity gap.” Only inauthentic ecofriendly cleaning products are failing; their “Light Green” consumers are more fickle, more price … Continue reading

Fast Company Online · May 20, 2011

Belfair’s K-Kids Club Focused on Environment, Community Service

Morton suggested going through the national TerraCycle recycling program, which diverts billions of pieces of garbage from landfills and incinerators by either recycling or “upcycling” them into new products. For example, juice pouches can be turned into pencil cases and … Continue reading

Kitsap Sun · May 20, 2011

Boston eco-parents – here’s how to make a greener world for your baby.

Here’s one way.  Two companies have teamed up to launch the “Protecting the Planet for Baby Contest,” which will offer funding for green projects to its contest winners.  Sprout, the organic baby food brand co-founded and created by Executive Chef … Continue reading

Examiner.com · May 20, 2011

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