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Login or Register with RecycleBank first, then to this link go here and answer the quiz questions, but you don’t need to get the questions right. –RecycleBank points can be used to get fantastic rewards, such as high value coupons, magazines, gift cards and so much more!!
Recyclebank is a company headquartered in New York City with offices in Philadelphia and London that rewards people for taking everyday green actions with discounts and deals from thousands of local and national businesses. It does this by measuring the amount of material each home recycles then issuing Recyclebank Points based on the amount of materials recycled. These points can be used at participating local and national rewards partners. Reward points can also be earned through the Visa Gconomy Card, GreenNurture, Kashless, electronics recycling, and by participating in eBays Green Team. Recyclebank also uses its digital platform to educate consumers on how to recycle through Learn and Earn quizzes that give Recyclebank users points for correctly answering questions about ecology, energy and the like, and through interaction via Facebook, Twitter and mobile applications. Recyclebank was founded in 2004 by Patrick K. FitzGerald and Ron Gonen and a pilot program was launched in two Philadelphia neighborhoods. Jonathon Hsu, previously CEO of 24/7 Real Media, replaced Ron Gonen as CEO in October 2010, According to Hsu, the company s mandate is to be the first mass market green brand.1 Recyclebank is a member company of Ceres, a network nationwide of investors, environmental organizations and other public interest groups to address sustainability challenges such as global climate change. RRE Ventures and Sigma Partners are the largest institutional shareholder group and Ron Gonen, the co-founder and CEO is the largest individual shareholder.Additional investors include Coca-Cola Bottling Group, Generation Investment Management, Kleiner Perkins Caufield Byers, and Westly Group.1 As of December 2007, Recyclebank is in 125,000 households in the United States in over 35 municipalities.In May 2011 Recyclebank acquired GreenYour, a Web-based guide that offers tips on living green. As of July 2011, Recyclebank employs just under 180 employees.1