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With kindergarten teacher Karen Dunlap as their leader, the Norristown school collects drink pouches, chip bags and cookie wrappers — hard-to-recycle waste — and sends them away to be upcycled into eco-friendly products. Upcycling is the process of converting waste … Continue ReadingNorristown Times-Herald · Oct 10, 2010
Kristina Greene, 41, helps Westford residents convert trash into treasure. How does Upcycle It! work? We take technically non-recyclable items and send them to TerraCycle, which pays 2 cents for every item we send in. The money goes to Westford … Continue ReadingBoston Globe · Oct 10, 2010
Remember my TerraCycle post awhile back? They are helping reduce chip waste too once we’re done eating them, by recycling those Frito-Lay chips bags into products like FritoLay wrapper totes <http://www.terracycle.net/products/67-Frito-Lay-Wrapper-Tote> ! You can sign up to help by saving … Continue ReadingConfessions of a Psychotic Housewife · Oct 9, 2010