NYC Pauses Expansion Of Ambitious Residential Composting Program

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Faced with numerous hurdles, NYC’s Department of Sanitation has shelved expansion of its curbside organics recycling program, which currently serves 3.5 million residents. The program was originally scheduled to serve all New Yorkers by the end of 2018. Kathryn Garcia, the DSNY Commissioner, announced the news in a NYC Council Meeting on May 18.

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