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IMC Licensing, the nation’s leading full-service licensing agency specializing in consumer product brands, announced today that it has entered into a representation agreement with TerraCycle, one of the fastest growing green companies in the world. TerraCycle provides free collection programs … Continue readingPR Inside.com · Feb 28, 2011
A group of Nabnasset School students helped turn a bunch of trash into cash for their school system. The students pitched in to help Sustainable Westford’s unique “Upcycle It!” program, which turns nonrecyclable items like chip bags, candy wrappers, … Continue readingWestford Patch · Feb 28, 2011
Isn’t it annoying when your sink just won’t drain! And it’s like it plans to stop functioning right when you need to rush to work or when you’re preparing to entertain guests. What are you to do in such a … Continue readingBuzzle.com · Feb 25, 2011
The South Brunswick Senior Center has teamed up with eco-wise business TerraCycle to collect waste materials that are not normally taken by local recycling. The senior center will receive 2 cents for each wrapper and 25 cents for each inkjet … Continue readingThe North and South Brunswick Sentinel · Feb 24, 2011
Nomacorc, the world’s leading producer of alternative wine closures, is celebrating the second anniversary of its partnership with TerraCycle, Inc., the world’s leader in the collection and reuse of nonrecyclable waste. The companies have worked together to expand the Cork … Continue readingWine Business News · Feb 24, 2011
It’s good for the environment and Planet Earth that creative minds continue to produce new and innovative ideas… and this company is on the cutting edge. TerraCycle, www.terracycle.net is responsible for diverting massive amounts of waste from landfills and … Continue readingExaminer.com · Feb 22, 2011
Recycling isn’t new to Mountain View. For the past two-and-a-half years, the school has been part of the TerraCycle Program. Through this program the school recycles empty Capri Sun containers, empty Lunchables containers, dried-up pens, markers, glue sticks and cell … Continue readingParker Chronicle · Feb 18, 2011
How many juice pouches does one elementary school use over the course of about two years? One school, Anchor Bay’s Lighthouse Elementary in New Baltimore, has used approximately 44,640 since October 2009, second-grade teacher Rebecca Eckstein said. The dedicated collection … Continue readingThe Voice · Feb 17, 2011
A common way to fertilize container gardens in general, and orchids in particular, is to follow the maxim “weakly, weekly.” This means to fertilize them at a weaker strength than recommended on the package, on a weekly basis. A … Continue readingLife on the Balcony · Feb 17, 2011
The dedicated collection of the used drink pouches has earned the school a place in the top 100 collecting schools of TerraCycle’s Drink Pouch Brigade. This is a program that has helped the recycling company reach the milestone of 50 … Continue readingThe Bay Voice · Feb 16, 2011