Are you struggling to increase your collections or wondering if becoming a public drop-off location is for you? Don't worry, we’re here to help. Follow these steps and you’ll be running a top collection in no time!
The summer months are a great time of year with no school, warm weather, and plenty of time for vacations and parties. While TerraCycle greatly emphasizes school-driven collections, just because classes have ceased, it doesn’t mean that the garbage dilemma has come to a halt! In fact, between summer vacationing, gatherings among family and friends, … Continue reading Jump-Start Your Summer TerraCycle Collections
The temperatures are starting to rise, noses are getting sunburnt, and we’re starting to spend more time outside. What does that mean? … Summer! With summer comes the close of the school year, which means that it is harder to keep collections (and therefore fundraising) up for your school, club, or community group. Our Brigades … Continue reading Tips to Keep your Summer Time Collections Up!
Churchill Road Elementary School upcycled its way into our Top 100 Chip Bag collectors, and they accomplished this with hours of effort, many participants, and loads of dedication. They’re a model of how to make a TerraCycle Brigade successful, and they’ve gone above and beyond to collect, earn, and reach others in the community. How … Continue reading Spotlight: Churchill Road Elementary
If you want to partner with a local business, restaurant, or store to help increase collections and raise awareness of your recycling efforts, it’s important to approach them in a friendly manner and show the business how you can help them, not just how they can help you. In addition to a letter of invitation, … Continue reading Approaching a local business: Will you help us collect?
Spring, Easter, and even SUMMER breaks are upon us, and we want to share with you a helpful tool for keeping collections up at school during these breaks. The “School Break Collection Challenge” will help keep your collections on track even when you’re out of the classroom (or not having meetings, etc!). Each student is … Continue reading Introducing the… School Break Collection Challenge!