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(6 of 16) 6. Snack Wrapper Eco-Boombox This is a desktop toy your coworkers will salivate for. Frito Lay joined forces with TerraCycle to give their snack packaging a second life, and the Eco-Boombox was born. It’s made with 80% … Continue Readingdvice.com · Nov 11, 2011
The school partnered with TerraCycle to collect electronics, beauty products and even candy wrappers, and four green drop-off totes have been set up in the school’s lobby for those items. Old tech gadgets have become a hot recycling item as … Continue ReadingEffingham Daily Herald Online · Nov 10, 2011
The company TerraCycle even pays the school for every pound of difficult-to-recycle items, such as markers, glue sticks and drink pouches. “This program looks to reinforce the idea of recycling on the children,” said Tuttle. “When I was in school, … Continue ReadingRome Observer Online · Nov 10, 2011
Every Friday, Linda Roberts’ fifth graders look forward to helping the environment and giving back to their community. Roberts, a special education teacher at Arrowhead Elementary School, said her students look forward every week to cleaning and sorting empty Capri … Continue ReadingBroken Arrow Daily Ledger (OK) · Nov 9, 2011
Grid Magazine · Nov 9, 2011
Here in the elementary school we participate in the TerraCycle waste collection program. By participating in the program, we earn money for our school, which we put towards recycling and other green initiatives.Today I got exciting news that we were … Continue ReadingMr. Button's Blog · Nov 9, 2011
• Share the vision. Trenton, N.J.-based TerraCycle makes new products out of discarded chip bags, drink boxes, pens or anything else that can’t usually be recycled. The company doesn’t use guilt to push consumers into giving. Inspiration goes further. Fun … Continue ReadingInvestor Business Daily · Nov 8, 2011
Recycle Them Wait, didn’t you just say that candy wrappers are tough to recycle?Yes. Yes, I did. No, I’m not messing with your head. Not purposely at least. Most recycling companies won’t appreciate your little Halloween gift, but Terracycle will. … Continue ReadingGreen Answers · Nov 8, 2011
Terracycle has both a great story and a social movement at its core, founded as it was by a Princeton University dropout who launched a business selling worm-poop compost in refurbished Coke bottles. It has built an eight-figure brand largely … Continue ReadingAd Age · Nov 7, 2011
The students at Muse School CA in Malibu canyon will no longer throw their spent glue sticks and granola bar wrappers in the trash. On Monday, the nonprofit private school for children age 2 through 12 unveiled a new zero-waste sorting unit that not only recycles valuable commodities … Continue ReadingLATimes.com – Greenspace Blog · Nov 7, 2011