WIN – Terracycle’s Back to School Products

TerraCycle’s purpose is to
eliminate the idea of waste. They do this by creating national recycling
systems for previously non-recyclable or hard-to-recycle waste. Anyone can sign
up for these programs, called the Brigades, and start sending them waste.
TerraCycle then converts the
collected waste into a wide variety of products and materials. With more than
20 million people collecting waste in 14 countries TerraCycle has diverted
billions of units of waste and used them to create over 1,500 different
products available at major retailers ranging fromWalmart
to Whole Foods Market.
Here are just a few of
Terracycle’s Back-to-School products:
The Frito-Lay Backpack is 10”wide X 13” tall X 5” deep, with
adjustable straps and large outside pocket with zipper. It is red and yellow
featuring upcycled Classic Lays chips packaging.
The Honest Kids Tea Spiral Notebook is made from upcycled
juice pouches and is made with recycled lined paper.
The Rold Gold pencil case that is made from upcycled pretzel
packaging snaps perfectly into  a 3-ring binder.
Click here to find TerraCycle’s Back-to-School products.

WIN: 24/7 MOMS and Terracycle are giving away a Frito-Lay Backpack, Honest Kids Tea Spiral Notebook, and a Rold Gold Pencil Case. 
Enter for a chance to win:

1.  Become a 24/7 MOMS Subscriber Enter your email address below then leave a comment that you subscribed along with your email address.

2. If you are already a subscriber just leave a comment that you are a subscriber along with your email address. 


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US entries only and one entry per person. Winner will be chosen on August 20, 2011.





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**We received a complimentary Terracycle’s Back to School Products for review no financial compensation was received.

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