Worm Poo Entrepreneur on with the Green Divas

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tom_001_closeupTom Szaky, CEO of TerraCycle, Inc. a highly creative and successful super-sustainable company that was born of worm poo and plastic soda bottles.

This Hungarian-born, Princeton dropout has been wildly successful as his original organic fertilizer idea has blossomed into a new business category that he calls Sponsored Waste.

Tom has teamed up with various manufacturers, such as Stonyfield Farms, Clif Bar, Kraft Foods, and Frito Lay to collect packaging waste to create various products such as clever bags for fashion and practical use. He does a lot to help highlight causes in his highly PR savvy process and works often with school groups and other community organizations.

If you haven’t heard of Tom, you’ve probably heard about TerraCycle.

Tune in to hear this brilliant young entrepreneur who is creating a new standard for business and the manufacturing life cycle.

Thursday, April 16, 2009
7 – 8pm EST

Send in questions via comment here or IM us during the show. I understand some of you were trying to IM us last week and didn’t get through. I’ll make sure to turn it on! IM instructions are on the upper left corner of the homegrownradionj.org website.

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GD Meg

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Green Diva Meg

(aka Megan McWilliams Bouchard) is the founder of The Green Divas and GDGD Radio Network (the first green and healthy living radio network on earth for the earth). She's the producer and host of the popular Green Divas Radio Show, one of the first radio shows dedicated to sharing low-stress ways to live a deeper shade of green. Green Diva Meg is a well-known green living expert and media personality.

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