Bottle Brigade

Lorimer, Nicole
April 2007
Guideposts;Apr2007, Vol. 62 Issue 2, p20
The article provides information on the Bottle Brigade, a nationwide recycling campaign in the U.S. Churches, schools and other organizations can earn five cents for each bottle or they can opt to help save a square meter of the rain forest through the Nature Conservancy. The recycling campaign is the brainchild of TerraCycle, a company that manufactures eco-friendly plant food packaged in recycled soda bottles.


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