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Sunday, August 22, 2010

Terracycle Review

Terracycle.net Sneak Peak Review




It’s always great to hear about companies like Terracycle because they make eco-friendly products and recycling is always a great way to give back. But what makes Terracycle unique is that they take non-recyclable products to make new products that other people would see as garbage. Terracycle is one of the fastest growing eco-friendly companies in the world. This of course is because of good reason!

One of the great aspects of Terracycle is that they run free national collection programs with companies such as Frito Lay and Wrigley and also have the program set up with schools across the country. On their website, they feature items such as lunch boxes and coolers made from recycled juice pouches like Capri Sun. They also feature office products like recycling bins and clipboards, all made from recycled products. They also sell all-purpose cleaner, kites, plant food, and fertilizer.


I was lucky enough to receive some of the products that Terracycle makes. I received a pencil pouch made of Sun Chips bags. The bag is very durable and unique and is definitely recommended. It’s good to know that something this nice was made from non-recyclables. I also received a lunch box made out of Capri-Sun juice pouches. If not for the Capri-Sun bags on the outside, I would not even know that this was made from non-recyclables. The wonderful people at Terracycle should be proud of the products they make. They are unique and do wonders in helping to preserve the planet we love, earth.





5 comments:

My name means Wisdom said...

sound neat!

Timster said...

sounds neat!

TiffsPixieDust said...

The recycled bags are so cute. I would happily sport a capri-sun bag. ....Tiffypoot @ (aol.com)

Dixie Diva Deals said...

I am in love with the recycled bags and I am glad that I found your review. This is the kind of product I like to purchase!

Amanda said...

I loved watching the videos on their website - it is such an interesting idea!