TerraCycle of New Jersey turn a billion pieces of waste into creative and eco-friendly products - 17 Oct 2011  
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TerraCycle of New Jersey, USA reports that as of October 2011 it is now transforming around a billion pieces of so-called waste each month by collecting materials like juice pouch packaging and flip-flop sandals, then turning them into creative and eco-friendly products such as folders, backpacks and even playgrounds.



The Los Angeles, California, USA area experiences record-setting heat with downtown temperatures of 37.2 degrees Celsius, or 11 degrees above normal on October 12, 2011.


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