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Hasbro Invites the Return of ‘Well-Loved’ Toys & Games for Recycling

Hasbro, Inc., is the latest company to announce a product recycling program; through a partnership with TerraCycle, the toy and game recycling initiative lets consumers collect and send their used Hasbro products to TerraCycle, who will recycle them into materials that can be used in the construction of playgrounds, park benches, and more. TerraCycle says the Hasbro Toy Recycling pilot program is the first brand-sponsored national recycling program in the industry. The free recycling program invites users to print out a free shipping label to use on boxes of “well-loved” toys and games, which they can then send to TerraCycle for repurposing.

Big recycling effort from a small school

The Woombye State School community might be small, but they are certainly capable of big things. After hard work campaigning and collecting recyclable goods, the school officially took home fourth place in the national Garnier TerraCycle competition. With the help of the community they collected 8515 beauty products for recycling and gained 8731 votes from the community.

GlamCorner Awarded Terracycle’s Top Business Collector

We are delighted and super proud to announce that GlamCorner has risen to the top of the online retailing pack to earn the title of Terracycle Australia’s Top Business Collector for 2017 for collecting the most units of hard-to-recycle waste nationwide! In this post we detail more about Terracycle and why GlamCorner established our partnership with them in order to have a more positive impact on our environment.

Augusta Primary School joins global recycling program

Augusta Primary School is diverting hard-to- recycle waste from landfill on behalf of the Augusta community, as part of a national recycling program operated by recycling group, TerraCycle. The students are collecting the community’s Australia Post mailing satchels, NESCAFE coffee capsules, used toothbrushes and toothpaste tubes, empty beauty products and yoghurt pouches and snack wrappers – items that would otherwise go to landfill.

TerraCycle, P&G partner in a love-hate relationship with trash

Tom Szaky, the Hungarian-born CEO and founder of TerraCycle, dreams of chewing gum, cigarette butts and ocean plastic. His Trenton, New Jersey-based company aims to accelerate the so-called Fourth Industrial Revolution, a breakthrough in materials science, energy storage and other technologies, by cleaning up after heaps of waste and inventing inputs for items spurned by ordinary recyclers.