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Companies Partner In Program To Recycle Used Packaging Collected By Families

March 15, 2011: 01:58 AM EST
Eco-friendly household and personal care products specialist Method has partnered with upcycling firm TerraCycle to create a used package recycling program for families. Under the program, families can send used soap refill packaging to TerraCycle. The two companies will then donate two cents for each unit of packaging to a charity selected by the families. According to the companies, collected packaging will be turned into trash cans, coolers and other home goods. TerraCycle collects difficult-to-recycle packaging and upcycles or recycles it into new products using processes that have been independently rated as efficient carbon-saving waste solutions.
"Method And Terracycle Partner To Help Clean The Planet", Method, March 15, 2011, © Method
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