From coffee pods to razors to baby food packaging and beyond, Trenton-based TerraCycle continues to make good on its promise to eliminate the idea waste. In its latest partnership, TerraCycle and ACURE discover a serviceable way for consumers to stay radiant and sheen while keeping Trenton, and cities across the U.S., clean.
With a passion for creating great skin and hair wellness products while also keeping the environments clean nationwide, ACURE is working with TerraCycle to bring its objective to life. Being a family-owned company, ACURE is on a mission to direct consumers away from harsh, toxic chemicals, toward more safe and healthy ingredients perfect for the skin and hair.
“ACURE is giving its customers the unique opportunity to divert waste from landfills by offering them a way to responsibly dispose of their skincare packaging,” said TerraCycle CEO and Founder Tom Szaky.
Aside from creating healthy skin and personal care products free of toxic chemicals, ACURE is now taking the measures to also ensure that its product packaging is recycled, keeping the environment clean and healthy along with their personal care products.
TerraCycle, which is listed at #10 in Fortune magazine’s list of “52 companies “Changing the World,” is taking the right steps to ensure that company products and packages are being properly recycled, rather than being landfilled or incinerated.
By signing up with this link, https://www.terracycle.com/en-US/brigades/acure, consumers can now send in ACURE skin and personal care product packaging and have them recycled for free, guaranteeing that all packages are reused. For every shipment of ACURE waste that is sent in, points are earned that can go towards a non-profit, school, or charitable organization, a perfect incentive while keeping Trenton environments clean!
ACURE products are plant + food-based, refraining from gluten, sulfates, synthetic fragrances, and animal testing. and healthy ingredients perfect for the skin and hair. As with Trenton and other nationwide cities, recycling efforts like these can slowly increase a clean environment by moving consumers away from single-use packaging.