To help NYC residents responsibly recycle their unwanted clothing and textiles, the New York City Department of Sanitation (DSNY) is launching a pilot program to pick-up clothing and textiles from residents at their curbside through a special one-time collection this fall.
Until the end of November, college football is scoring big by tackling stadium and tailgating waste through the national GameDay Recycling Challenge, where teams and their fans compete to see who can reduce and recycle the most GameDay items, such as glass bottles and food packaging waste.
As reported in American Recycler’s October 2015 edition, the California Legislature passed AB 199, which was then moved to Governor Jerry Brown for approval.
In a unanimous 5-0 vote, the Ventura County board of supervisors approved a zoning change that will enable Agromin to expand its composting facility on company property near Santa Paula.
In an effort to have more uniform and easier to understand recycling rules for all businesses, the New York City Department of Sanitation (DSNY) proposed amended rules governing recycling requirements for commercial establishments and others who have their garbage and recycling collected by private carters.
At busy Alewife Station in Massachusetts, 7’ tall kiosks built with 100 percent recycled materials offer Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) users the ability to recycle.