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by:Yucai     2019-12-20
At the end of last month, on a hot working day, 6 out of 82 summer interns at waste solutions development company TerraCycle, shoveling mortar into a trench in the company\'s Bush yard, layered with beer bottles and wine bottles, they took out nearly £ 2,000 from the bin of a nearby bar in the previous week or so.
Intern, student in product design, marketing and construction, overheated but cheerful, sorting bottles by color, flushing each other when the temperature rises to three digits Fahrenheit, and compare which bars have the best bottle harvest.
At noon, however, the harvest was basically exhausted, despite the retaining wall being built by the crew --
Napoleon in garbage
It\'s still only 1 feet high.
Max Gilbert, 21year-
Old product design student from Lehigh University, speaking on behalf of the group, said solemnly, in imitation of his best Roy shidel, now he is curled up in the ladder shadow thrown by the umbrella \"we need more bottles.
More bottles.
\"Welcome to the garbage camp, a highly collaborative effort by TerraCycle design studio, 10 years ago, tom Szaky, a drop-out student at Princeton, uses a single product-worm feces, a food made from plants you imagine. (
The Garbage Camp is the reporter\'s statement, not the company\'s. )
Now, TerraCycle collects garbage from companies that produce juice bags, chips, candy and singles
A espresso can is provided, just to name a few of the waste logistics it has toes.
It turns them into items like handbags, portable speakers, and notebooks, in big-
Box stores like Target and Walmart.
More specifically, TerraCycle collects overspending on the company\'s packaging --
There\'s a lot-
Upgrade it to festivals and useful items, ignite it with the name of the product, relatively cheap, feel --
Brand extension is good
It also collects postsConsumer waste
From old juice bags to toothbrushes harvested by schools and charities
Sold to recycling companies.
They turn them into plastic particles that can be made into driveway paving cars, Adirondack chairs, or building materials.
This summer, TerraCycle\'s R & D department has been crushing diapers and looking for ways to recycle old diapers.
\"There is no limit on Mao here,\" Tiffany seguold, who is in charge of the design team at Trenton, New Jersey, grinned.
Thirty-seven-year-old Threadgould, a product designer and writer, has produced a magazine that has been described as \"Martha Stewart, trash \".
For the past three years, she has been the chief designer of TerraCycle and has designed a prototype of \"upcycling\" such as a pencil case in Capri Sun juice bag and a clock made of a circuit board.
And lead workshops on how to weave pets
For example, as she did last year for 700 employees of Hungarian pets, put food bags in wallets and handbags --food company.
She is also a garbage preacher, promoting the cunning value of social discarded objects in the past ten years, selling garbageinto-craft kits —such as a wine-
Bottle lamp kit-
Through her company, RePlayGround.
She gently warned readers to make their own clocks with paint
You can flip and remake in your new book! (Sterling).
\"I want to change the way people think about garbage,\" she tells you seriously and often . \".
Albe Zakes, director of publicity at TerraCycle, said TerraCycle collects billions of garbage every few months, mainly engaged in recycling or \"garbage disposal\" business.
However, the thread Gould\'s upcycle design, which represents about ten percent of the business, is its most obvious product, attracting bait from companies such as Capri Sun juice bag maker Kraft, partnership with TerraCycle.
Threadgould\'s activities, such as her recent \"garbage redesign\" of TerraCycle\'s office, and her interns who are eager to be Wall builders --
This wall is part of the landscape design of the Threadgould courtyard.
Continue to polish the image of TerraCycle.
Her design efforts are marketing tools and promotional materials that reaffirm and amplify a message: trash can be fun.
The spray says \"waste does not exist\"
Drew the manifesto on the retro sofa in TerraCycle lounge, a big style
Wise move, the theater of the peeled dimension.
The pleasant thing is-kilter.
The clock on the wall is made of the keys of the computer keyboard, scissors, bicycle wheels;
Retro mirrors in red, blue and gold;
The logo of the company looks like an infinite symbol, which is very large in the juice bag.
The floor is covered with space turf discarded from nearby football fields.
The table is made of fire extinguishers and recycled wood with a door on the barrel.
The 65 young employees of TerraCycle work mostly in the main studio with graffiti and carpet remnants boards covered on the walls.
Vinyl records as Desk partitions;
The table is the old door.
The conference table is made of older doors, some decorated with a doorbell, stretched out in the \"room\" and the walls are made of transparent plastic soda bottles.
Nerf guns are everywhere.
She shared the studio of Threadgould with 48-year-old textile designer Lori Antham, who commute daily from Pa Bucks County.
Brad Sherman, 26, a designer with a master\'s degree in sustainability, looks like a design studio around the world, except for boxes with various labels on the shelves: cheese boxes, yak pie, Pepsi bottle cap, Colgate container, Burbury tie and pregnancy test.
On a table, 21-year-old Laura Simmons and 22-year-old Ashley Santy were on loan for six months from the design and marketing program at dreisel University, they sew the fabric in a fusion lunch food package.
Simmons said Kraft had asked for an artwork for its lunch bag meeting room, so they made a plaque with \"technology\"
Vomit, the nickname of \"Albe zak\", which is called \"wrapping paper\", or a package of chopped and fused (
Very beautiful, like silver scraps of paper)
And huge technology.
Vomit in lunch food-
Cheese and lunch meat.
Visit the feeling of Montessori kindergarten.
During a visit to TerraCycle\'s Garbage warehouse, the disgusting sweetness of a rotten juice box piled up in the waist
High bag to make visitors eye water.
It smells like virtue.
\"We\'re here to get inspiration,\" Anselm said . \" He stared affectionately at the embankment formed by the canvas pouch, of which 20,000 were.
\"We like rubbish without brands.
There is only so much you can do with the M & M wrapper.
The New York Times, on a hot working day late last month, had 6 out of 82 summer interns at waste solutions development company TerraCycle, in the company\'s Bush yard, shoveling the mortar into a trench and layering it with beer bottles and wine bottles, they took out nearly £ 2,000 from the bin of a nearby bar about the previous week.
Intern, student in product design, marketing and construction, overheated but cheerful, sorting bottles by color, flushing each other when the temperature rises to three digits Fahrenheit, and compare which bars have the best bottle harvest.
At noon, however, the harvest was basically exhausted, despite the retaining wall being built by the crew --
Napoleon in garbage
It\'s still only 1 feet high.
Max Gilbert, 21year-
Old product design student from Lehigh University, speaking on behalf of the group, said solemnly, in imitation of his best Roy shidel, now he is curled up in the ladder shadow thrown by the umbrella \"we need more bottles.
More bottles.
\"Welcome to the garbage camp, a highly collaborative effort by TerraCycle design studio, 10 years ago, tom Szaky, a drop-out student at Princeton, uses a single product-worm feces, a food made from plants you imagine. (
The Garbage Camp is the reporter\'s statement, not the company\'s. )
Now, TerraCycle collects garbage from companies that produce juice bags, chips, candy and singles
A espresso can is provided, just to name a few of the waste logistics it has toes.
It turns them into items like handbags, portable speakers, and notebooks, in big-
Box stores like Target and Walmart.
More specifically, TerraCycle collects overspending on the company\'s packaging --
There\'s a lot-
Upgrade it to festivals and useful items, ignite it with the name of the product, relatively cheap, feel --
Brand extension is good
It also collects postsConsumer waste
From old juice bags to toothbrushes harvested by schools and charities
Sold to recycling companies.
They turn them into plastic particles that can be made into driveway paving cars, Adirondack chairs, or building materials.
This summer, TerraCycle\'s R & D department has been crushing diapers and looking for ways to recycle old diapers.
\"There is no limit on Mao here,\" Tiffany seguold, who is in charge of the design team at Trenton, New Jersey, grinned.
Thirty-seven-year-old Threadgould, a product designer and writer, has produced a magazine that has been described as \"Martha Stewart, trash \".
For the past three years, she has been the chief designer of TerraCycle and has designed a prototype of \"upcycling\" such as a pencil case in Capri Sun juice bag and a clock made of a circuit board.
And lead workshops on how to weave pets
For example, as she did last year for 700 employees of Hungarian pets, put food bags in wallets and handbags --food company.
She is also a garbage preacher, promoting the cunning value of social discarded objects in the past ten years, selling garbageinto-craft kits —such as a wine-
Bottle lamp kit-
Through her company, RePlayGround.
She gently warned readers to make their own clocks with paint
You can flip and remake in your new book! (Sterling).
\"I want to change the way people think about garbage,\" she tells you seriously and often . \".
Albe Zakes, director of publicity at TerraCycle, said TerraCycle collects billions of garbage every few months, mainly engaged in recycling or \"garbage disposal\" business.
However, the thread Gould\'s upcycle design, which represents about ten percent of the business, is its most obvious product, attracting bait from companies such as Capri Sun juice bag maker Kraft, partnership with TerraCycle.
Threadgould\'s activities, such as her recent \"garbage redesign\" of TerraCycle\'s office, and her interns who are eager to be Wall builders --
This wall is part of the landscape design of the Threadgould courtyard.
Continue to polish the image of TerraCycle.
Her design efforts are marketing tools and promotional materials that reaffirm and amplify a message: trash can be fun.
The spray says \"waste does not exist\"
Drew the manifesto on the retro sofa in TerraCycle lounge, a big style
Wise move, the theater of the peeled dimension.
The pleasant thing is-kilter.
The clock on the wall is made of the keys of the computer keyboard, scissors, bicycle wheels;
Retro mirrors in red, blue and gold;
The logo of the company looks like an infinite symbol, which is very large in the juice bag.
The floor is covered with space turf discarded from nearby football fields.
The table is made of fire extinguishers and recycled wood with a door on the barrel.
The 65 young employees of TerraCycle work mostly in the main studio with graffiti and carpet remnants boards covered on the walls.
Vinyl records as Desk partitions;
The table is the old door.
The conference table is made of older doors, some decorated with a doorbell, stretched out in the \"room\" and the walls are made of transparent plastic soda bottles.
Nerf guns are everywhere.
She shared the studio of Threadgould with 48-year-old textile designer Lori Antham, who commute daily from Pa Bucks County.
Brad Sherman, 26, a designer with a master\'s degree in sustainability, looks like a design studio around the world, except for boxes with various labels on the shelves: cheese boxes, yak pie, Pepsi bottle cap, Colgate container, Burbury tie and pregnancy test.
On a table, 21-year-old Laura Simmons and 22-year-old Ashley Santy were on loan for six months from the design and marketing program at dreisel University, they sew the fabric in a fusion lunch food package.
Simmons said Kraft had asked for an artwork for its lunch bag meeting room, so they made a plaque with \"technology\"
Vomit, the nickname of \"Albe zak\", which is called \"wrapping paper\", or a package of chopped and fused (
Very beautiful, like silver scraps of paper)
And huge technology.
Vomit in lunch food-
Cheese and lunch meat.
Visit the feeling of Montessori kindergarten.
During a visit to TerraCycle\'s Garbage warehouse, the disgusting sweetness of a rotten juice box piled up in the waist
High bag to make visitors eye water.
It smells like virtue.
\"We\'re here to get inspiration,\" Anselm said . \" He stared affectionately at the embankment formed by the canvas pouch, of which 20,000 were.
\"We like rubbish without brands.
There is only so much you can do with the M & M wrapper.
The New York Times, on a hot working day late last month, had 6 out of 82 summer interns at waste solutions development company TerraCycle, in the company\'s Bush yard, shoveling the mortar into a trench and layering it with beer bottles and wine bottles, they took out nearly £ 2,000 from the bin of a nearby bar about the previous week.
Intern, student in product design, marketing and construction, overheated but cheerful, sorting bottles by color, flushing each other when the temperature rises to three digits Fahrenheit, and compare which bars have the best bottle harvest.
At noon, however, the harvest was basically exhausted, despite the retaining wall being built by the crew --
Napoleon in garbage
It\'s still only 1 feet high.
Max Gilbert, 21year-
Old product design student from Lehigh University, speaking on behalf of the group, said solemnly, in imitation of his best Roy shidel, now he is curled up in the ladder shadow thrown by the umbrella \"we need more bottles.
More bottles.
\"Welcome to the garbage camp, a highly collaborative effort by TerraCycle design studio, 10 years ago, tom Szaky, a drop-out student at Princeton, uses a single product-worm feces, a food made from plants you imagine. (
The Garbage Camp is the reporter\'s statement, not the company\'s. )
Now, TerraCycle collects garbage from companies that produce juice bags, chips, candy and singles
A espresso can is provided, just to name a few of the waste logistics it has toes.
It turns them into items like handbags, portable speakers, and notebooks, in big-
Box stores like Target and Walmart.
More specifically, TerraCycle collects overspending on the company\'s packaging --
There\'s a lot-
Upgrade it to festivals and useful items, ignite it with the name of the product, relatively cheap, feel --
Brand extension is good
It also collects postsConsumer waste
From old juice bags to toothbrushes harvested by schools and charities
Sold to recycling companies.
They turn them into plastic particles that can be made into driveway paving cars, Adirondack chairs, or building materials.
This summer, TerraCycle\'s R & D department has been crushing diapers and looking for ways to recycle old diapers.
\"There is no limit on Mao here,\" Tiffany seguold, who is in charge of the design team at Trenton, New Jersey, grinned.
Thirty-seven-year-old Threadgould, a product designer and writer, has produced a magazine that has been described as \"Martha Stewart, trash \".
For the past three years, she has been the chief designer of TerraCycle and has designed a prototype of \"upcycling\" such as a pencil case in Capri Sun juice bag and a clock made of a circuit board.
And lead workshops on how to weave pets
For example, as she did last year for 700 employees of Hungarian pets, put food bags in wallets and handbags --food company.
She is also a garbage preacher, promoting the cunning value of social discarded objects in the past ten years, selling garbageinto-craft kits —such as a wine-
Bottle lamp kit-
Through her company, RePlayGround.
She gently warned readers to make their own clocks with paint
You can flip and remake in your new book! (Sterling).
\"I want to change the way people think about garbage,\" she tells you seriously and often . \".
Albe Zakes, director of publicity at TerraCycle, said TerraCycle collects billions of garbage every few months, mainly engaged in recycling or \"garbage disposal\" business.
However, the thread Gould\'s upcycle design, which represents about ten percent of the business, is its most obvious product, attracting bait from companies such as Capri Sun juice bag maker Kraft, partnership with TerraCycle.
Threadgould\'s activities, such as her recent \"garbage redesign\" of TerraCycle\'s office, and her interns who are eager to be Wall builders --
This wall is part of the landscape design of the Threadgould courtyard.
Continue to polish the image of TerraCycle.
Her design efforts are marketing tools and promotional materials that reaffirm and amplify a message: trash can be fun.
The spray says \"waste does not exist\"
Drew the manifesto on the retro sofa in TerraCycle lounge, a big style
Wise move, the theater of the peeled dimension.
The pleasant thing is-kilter.
The clock on the wall is made of the keys of the computer keyboard, scissors, bicycle wheels;
Retro mirrors in red, blue and gold;
The logo of the company looks like an infinite symbol, which is very large in the juice bag.
The floor is covered with space turf discarded from nearby football fields.
The table is made of fire extinguishers and recycled wood with a door on the barrel.
The 65 young employees of TerraCycle work mostly in the main studio with graffiti and carpet remnants boards covered on the walls.
Vinyl records as Desk partitions;
The table is the old door.
The conference table is made of older doors, some decorated with a doorbell, stretched out in the \"room\" and the walls are made of transparent plastic soda bottles.
Nerf guns are everywhere.
She shared the studio of Threadgould with 48-year-old textile designer Lori Antham, who commute daily from Pa Bucks County.
Brad Sherman, 26, a designer with a master\'s degree in sustainability, looks like a design studio around the world, except for boxes with various labels on the shelves: cheese boxes, yak pie, Pepsi bottle cap, Colgate container, Burbury tie and pregnancy test.
On a table, 21-year-old Laura Simmons and 22-year-old Ashley Santy were on loan for six months from the design and marketing program at dreisel University, they sew the fabric in a fusion lunch food package.
Simmons said Kraft had asked for an artwork for its lunch bag meeting room, so they made a plaque with \"technology\"
Vomit, the nickname of \"Albe zak\", which is called \"wrapping paper\", or a package of chopped and fused (
Very beautiful, like silver scraps of paper)
And huge technology.
Vomit in lunch food-
Cheese and lunch meat.
Visit the feeling of Montessori kindergarten.
During a visit to TerraCycle\'s Garbage warehouse, the disgusting sweetness of a rotten juice box piled up in the waist
High bag to make visitors eye water.
It smells like virtue.
\"We\'re here to get inspiration,\" Anselm said . \" He stared affectionately at the embankment formed by the canvas pouch, of which 20,000 were.
\"We like rubbish without brands.
There is only so much you can do with the M & M wrapper.
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