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‘Upcycling,’ composting take hold at Readfield Elementary School

Five bins and food tumbler keep waste, packages out of landfill. A few times per month, a separate set of students get together to count the plastic bags and juice containers that students drop off at the end of lunch. … Continue Reading

Kennebec Journal Online · Nov 19, 2010

Recycling program a success

BAINBRIDGE — Teachers and students at Bainbridge Elementary used to see a lot of used Capri Sun drink pouches get thrown away. Once they signed up to send them to a company called TerraCycle, the school began earning two cents … Continue Reading

Banner Graphic · Nov 19, 2010

Video Interview: High Times, Garbage and Giving Females the Right Amount of Love

It’s easy to swoon over Tom Szaky. He started a company called TerraCycle <http://hypervocal.com/featured-contributors/2010/video-an-interview-with-the-worm-poop-guy/www.terracycle.net>  when he was just a 19-year-old freshman at Princeton University. As a pot grower in Canada, Tom had discovered that worm poop was the best fertilizer. He … Continue Reading

HyperVocal.com · Nov 19, 2010

Norwell Cub Scouts Pack 66 recycling drink pouches

Norwell Mariner · Nov 18, 2010

Capri Sun spotlight shines on Capri School

Oakland Tribune Online / InsideBayArea.com · Nov 18, 2010

Capri Sun spotlight shines on Capri School

Contra Costa Times Online · Nov 18, 2010

The Big i

CNN · Nov 18, 2010

St. Rose of Lima School students learn about recycling

The Reporter Online (North Penn/IndianValley, PA) · Nov 18, 2010

Capri Sun spotlight shines on Capri School

Campbell Reporter Online / MercuryNews.com · Nov 18, 2010

Interview with Tom Szaky

To the Best of My Knowledge (NPR/APM) · Nov 18, 2010

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