Next Episode of Human Resources is
Premiering Friday, August 8th at 10PM on Pivot TV, "Human Resources" is a new reality series about TerraCycle, an innovative company whose mission is to "eliminate the idea of waste." TerraCycle is one of the fastest growing green companies in the world, and they'll take anything and everything that is landfill-bound -- from potato chip bags to cigarette butts -- and recycles, up-cycles, re-uses, or otherwise transforms these objects into something else.
In the season three premiere, Tom works to secure an investment that could change the future of TerraCycle, and tasks Tony with creating the perfect presentation. Dean plans a surprise party for Dara's 10-year work anniversary.
Steph is challenged with replicating the success of Terracycle UK's public locations program here in the United States. Dan's position as "Zero Waste Box Sales Machine" is threatened by Rhandi's new hire to the department, old-school Rich.
In order to secure a 3D printer for the Design team, Tiff and Darshan must work with the science team to create a recycled filament using Terracycle's waste streams. New employee Gina tries to assimilate into Terracycle's unique work environment.
The science team joins forces with German company Einhorn to tackle an outrageous waste stream… condoms. Dan gives his two weeks notice, leaving a limited time to finish his Terracycle bucket list and remaining work obligations.
Tiff and Darshan collaborate with Gina and the new art interns to complete branded upcycled art projects for the Trenton Artworks Show. Stephen must prove his cooking skills to Rhandi and Tony to earn a seat in their exclusive lunch club.
Stephen mediates between Rick and Rhandi on a project for Loctite adhesives. Andrew steps out of his comfort zone to ask Gina for advice about his one-year anniversary.
Design teams up with R&D to create a gamified recycling bin as part of an interactive recycling initiative. As Raj prepares for his driver's test, the Terracycle team educates him on other aspects of American culture.
Tom, Tony and Rick travel to Japan to meet with big brand representatives, hoping to take TerraCycle's personal care waste collections global.
Stephen creates a five-year plan to promote his own professional and personal growth, starting with increasing TerraCycle sales by targeting energy bar wrapper collections. Sara gets a Garnier makeover for the company photos.
Tiffany Threadgould(Tiffany Threadgould)
Dan Harris(Dan Harris)
Tom Szaky(Tom Szaky)
Albe Zakes(Albe Zakes)
Dean Innocenzi(Dean Innocenzi)
Stephen Katz(Stephen Katz)
Andrew Heine(Andrew Heine)
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