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Teachers and students at Purvis Lower Elementary School used to see a lot of juice drink pouches get thrown away. But in little more than a year, the school has recycled almost 38,000 drink pouches. It has become part of … Continue ReadingHattiesburg American · Nov 23, 2010
UTSA community members now can add Mars candy wrappers and Frito Lay chip bags to the list of materials that can be recycled on campus. As part of its Green Thread sustainability program, ARAMARK Higher Education <http://www.campusdish.com/en-US/CSSW/UTSA/Sustainability/> has partnered with … Continue ReadingUSTA Today · Nov 23, 2010
Machado Elementary in Lake Elsinore is hoping to turn those staples of schoolyard lunch bags into cash through TerraCycle, a firm that transforms the discarded items into eco-friendly products such as pencil pouches, book bags and insulated coolers.The Californian Online · Nov 22, 2010