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'Human Resources' Season 3 Videos 5 VIDEOS

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    H2-OMG! ('Human Resources' Episode 5 Promo)
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    RubeGoldberg Promo ('Human Resources': Friday, August 26th on Pivot)
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    'Human Resources' is Back! (Season 3 Teaser)

About the Show

Human Resources is an unconventional, comedic, behind-the-scenes look at TerraCycle, an innovative recycling company whose mission is to eliminate the idea of waste. TerraCycle takes anything and everything that is landfill bound—from potato chip bags to cigarette butts—and recycles, upcycles, reuses, or otherwise transforms these objects into something else. Using science, creativity, and a little DIY attitude, they're changing the way we think about trash.

Human Resources returns for its third season with some new faces and new seemingly impossible recycling feats Fridays at 7:30e/p.

Inspired by TerraCycle’s mission, Pivot has also joined forces with Recycle Across America to create “Recycle Right,” a campaign focused on helping individuals, businesses, and communities improve recycling levels to create a more sustainable future. Check out resources and tips to recycle right now.


Get to know the cast of  Human Resources and learn more about what they do to make TerraCycle one of the most innovative recycling companies in the world.

Meet the Cast


See what antics the gang at TerraCycle get into this season

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Why create more trash when you can turn old items into something new? TerraCycle shows you how easy it is to upcycle at home with these fun and easy DIY projects.

Get Crafty!


The simple act of recycling has an enormous impact on the environment, the economy, and our future on this planet.  Find out how you can take action to improve recycling levels in the U.S. 

Recycle Right