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What Happens to NYC Compost in the Bronx?
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The Bronx organizations listed below have received compost created by the DSNY Bureau of Waste Prevention, Reuse and Recycling.

Only city agencies and nonprofits are eligible to receive NYC Compost. Go to What Happens to NYC Compost for organizations in other boroughs who have received NYC Compost. (Find out more about NYC organizations working to create more green spaces.)

Organizations & City Agencies

Community Gardens & other Nonprofit Institutions
NYC Housing Authority
NYC Parks
NYC Schools (K-12)
Dept. of Transportation

Community Gardens & other Nonprofit Institutions

Bainbridge Avenue Community Garden
photo: Bainbridge Avenue Community Garden photo: Bainbridge Avenue Community Garden
Organization: Bainbridge Avenue Community Garden leaving NYCWasteLess
NYC Compost Received: 10 cubic yards since October 2008
Location: 2974 Bainbridge Avenue, 10458 view NYCityMap

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Bryant Hill Community Garden
photo: Bryant Hill Community Garden photo: Bryant Hill Community Garden
Organization: Bryant Hill Community Garden leaving NYCWasteLess
NYC Compost Received: 5 cubic yards since August 2008
Location: Bryant Avenue between Seneca Avenue and Garrison Avenue, 10474 view NYCityMap

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Claremont Homeowners Tenants Civic Improvement Association Garden
photo: Claremont Homeowners Group photo: Claremont Homeowners Group
Organization: Claremont Homeowners Tenants Civic Improvement Association
NYC Compost Received: 14 cubic yards since October 2008
Location: 1328-1332 Clay Avenue, 10456 view NYCityMap

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Clinton Avenue Garden
photo: Clinton Avenue Garden photo: Clinton Avenue Garden
Organization: Clinton Avenue Block Association leaving NYCWasteLess
NYC Compost Received: 12 cubic yards since October 2008
Location: 757 East 179th Street, 10457 view NYCityMap

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Dred Scott Bird Sanctuary
photo: Dred Scott Bird Sanctuary photo: Dred Scott Bird Sanctuary
Organization: Dred Scott Bird Sanctuary leaving NYCWasteLess
NYC Compost Received: 6 cubic yards since October 2008
Location: Grant Avenue and East 169th Street, 10456 view NYCityMap

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Drew Gardens
photo: Drew Gardens photo: Drew Gardens
Organization: Drew Gardens leaving NYCWasteLess
NYC Compost Received: 6 cubic yards since October 2008
Location: DeVoe Avenue at East 177th Street and Wyatt Street, 10460 view NYCityMap

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El Flamboyan Garden
photo: El Flamboyan Garden photo: El Flamboyan Garden
Organization: El Flamboyan Garden leaving NYCWasteLess
NYC Compost Received: 10 cubic yards since October 2008
Location: East 150th Street between Tinton Avenue and Union Avenue, 10455 view NYCityMap

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For A Better Bronx
photo: For A Better Bronx photo: For A Better Bronx
Organization: For A Better Bronx leaving NYCWasteLess
NYC Compost Received: 8 cubic yards since October 2007
Location: 199 Lincoln Avenue Suite 213 & 214, 10454 view NYCityMap

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Fordham-Bedford Housing Corporation's Green Roof
photo: Fordham-Bedford Housing Corporation Green Roof photo: Fordham-Bedford Housing Corporation Green Roof
Organization: Gaia Institute leaving NYCWasteLess
NYC Compost Received: 240 cubic yards since September 2008
Location: 2185 Davidson Avenue, 10453 view NYCityMap

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Garden of Eden
photo: Garden of Eden photo: Garden of Eden
Organization: Garden of Eden
NYC Compost Received: 6 cubic yards since October 2008
Location: Corner of East 173rd Street and Weeks Avenue, 10457 view NYCityMap

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Garden of Happiness
photo: Garden of Happiness photo: Garden of Happiness
Organization: Garden of Happiness leaving NYCWasteLess
NYC Compost Received: 12 cubic yards since October 2008
Location: Prospect Avenue between East 181st Street and 182nd Street, 10457 view NYCityMap

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Jackson Forest
photo: Jackson Forest photo: Jackson Forest
Organization: Jackson Forest leaving NYCWasteLess
NYC Compost Received: 6 cubic yards since October 2008
Location: Home Street between Jackson Avenue and Forest Avenue, 10456 view NYCityMap

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Kingsbridge Heights Community Center
photo: Kingsbridge Heights Community Center photo: Kingsbridge Heights Community Center
Organization: Kingsbridge Heights Community Center leaving NYCWasteLess
NYC Compost Received: 8 cubic yards since April 2009
Location: 3101 Kingsbridge Terrace, 10463 view NYCityMap

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Mapes Avenue Garden
Mapes Avenue Garden Mapes Avenue Garden
Organization: Mapes Avenue Garden
NYC Compost Received: 6 cubic yards since October 2008
Location: East 181st Street and Mapes Avenue, 10460 view NYCityMap

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Millenium Art Academy
Millenium Art Academy Millenium Art Academy
Organization: Millenium Art Academy leaving NYCWasteLess
NYC Compost Received: 10 cubic yards since March 2008
Location: 1980 Lafayette Avenue, 10473 view NYCityMap

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Neighborhood Advisory Committee
photo: Neighborhood Advisory Committee photo: Neighborhood Advisory Committee
Organization: Neighborhood Advisory Committee
NYC Compost Received: 14 cubic yards since October 2008
Location: 360-362 East 151st Street, 10455 view NYCityMap

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The Point
The Point The Point
Organization: The Point Community Development Corporation leaving NYCWasteLess
NYC Compost Received: 20 cubic yards since August 2008
Location: 940 Garrison Avenue, 10474 view NYCityMap

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Rebekah Rehab & Extended Life
photo: Rebekah Rehab & Extended Life photo: Rebekah Rehab & Extended Life
Organization: Rebekah Rehab & Extended Life leaving NYCWasteLess
NYC Compost Received: 70 cubic yards since June 2008
Location: 1072 Havemeyer Avenue, 10462 view NYCityMap

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Risse Street Garden Committee
photo: Risse Street Community Garden photo: Risse Street Community Garden
Organization: Risse Street Garden Committee
NYC Compost Received: 10 cubic yards since October 2008
Location: Risse Street near Jerome Avenue and Moshulu Parkway, 10468 view NYCityMap

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Sherman Avenue Community Garden
photo: Sherman Avenue Community Garden photo: Sherman Avenue Community Garden
Organization: Sherman Avenue Community Garden
NYC Compost Received: 10 cubic yards since October 2008
Location: 964 Sherman Avenue, 10456 view NYCityMap

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Sims Storm Water Capture Project
photo: Gaia Institute project at Sims site photo: Gaia Institute project at Sims site
Organization: Gaia Institute leaving NYCWasteLess
NYC Compost Received: 22 cubic yards since December 2008
Location: 850 Edgewater Road, 10474 view NYCityMap

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NYC Housing Authority

Boston Secor Community Center
photo: Boston Secor Community Center photo: Boston Secor Community Center
Organization: New York City Housing Authority leaving NYCWasteLess
NYC Compost Received: 10 cubic yards since November 2007
Location: 3540 Bivona Street, 10475 view NYCityMap

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NYC Parks

Garrison Park
photo: Garrison Park photo: Garrison Park
Organization: New York City Department of Parks & Recreation leaving NYCWasteLess
NYC Compost Received: 75 cubic yards since March 2009
Location: Edgewater Road between Bruckner Boulevard and Bronx River, 10474 view NYCityMap

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Mullaly Park Ballfield Restoration
photo: Mullaly Park Ballfield Restoration photo: Mullaly Park Ballfield Restoration
Organization: New York City Department of Parks & Recreation leaving NYCWasteLess
NYC Compost Received: 120 cubic yards since November 2008
Location: Between Jerome Avenue, Mcclellan Street, River Avenue, and East 164th Street, 10452 view NYCityMap

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Van Cortlandt Park: Veteran's Memorial Grove
photo: Van Cortlandt Park: Veteran’s Memorial Grove photo: Van Cortlandt Park: Veteran’s Memorial Grove
Organization: New York City Department of Parks & Recreation leaving NYCWasteLess
NYC Compost Received: 120 cubic yards since October 2008
Location: Van Cortlandt Park near West 246th Street between Broadway and the Van Cortlandt Mansion, 10471 view NYCityMap

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NYC Schools (K-12)

John F. Kennedy High School's Enchanted Garden
photo: Enchanted Garden photo: Enchanted Garden
Organization: NYC Department of Education leaving NYCWasteLess
NYC Compost Received: 6 cubic yards since October 2008
Location: 99 Terrace View Avenue, 10463 view NYCityMap

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PS/MS 29 The Melrose School
photo: PS/MS 29 The Melrose School photo: PS/MS 29 The Melrose School
Organization: NYC Department of Education leaving NYCWasteLess
NYC Compost Received: 6 cubic yards since September 2009
Location: 758 Courtlandt Avenue, 10451 view NYCityMap

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Jeffrey M. Rapport School for Career Development
photo: Jeffrey M. Rapport School for Career Development photo: Jeffrey M. Rapport School for Career Development
Organization: NYC Department of Education leaving NYCWasteLess
NYC Compost Received: 10 cubic yards since May 2008
Location: 470 Jackson Avenue, 10455 view NYCityMap

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