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What Happens to NYC Compost in Queens?
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The Queens 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

Bowne House
photo: Bowne Housephoto: Bowne House
Organization:Bowne House leaving NYCWasteLess
NYC Compost Received:10 cubic yards since July 2009
Location:37-01 Bowne Street, Flushing, 11354 view NYCityMap

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Creedmoor Psychiatric Center
photo: Creedmoor Psychiatric Centerphoto: Creedmoor Psychiatric Center
Organization:Creedmoor Psychiatric Center
NYC Compost Received:30 cubic yards since April 2009
Location:79-25 Winchester Boulevard, Queens Village, 11427 view NYCityMap

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New Life Community Farm Project
image: new life community farm projectimage: new life community farm
Organization:New Life Church
NYC Compost Received:40 cubic yards since April 2012
Location:88-38 80th Street, Queens, NY 11421 view NYCityMap 

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P.S. 1 MoMA
photo: P.S. 1 MoMA
Organization:P.S. 1 MoMA leaving NYCWasteLess
NYC Compost Received:6 cubic yards since June 2008
Location:22-25 Jackson Avenue at 46th Avenue, Long Island City, 11101 view NYCityMap

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Queens Botanical Garden
Organization:Queens Botanical Garden leaving NYCWasteLess
NYC Compost Received:23 cubic yards since July 2008
NYC Mulch Received:41 cubic yards since July 2011
Location:43-50 Main Street, Flushing, 11355 view NYCityMap

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NYC Housing Authority

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NYC Parks

Forest Park / The Overlook
photo: The Overlookphoto: The Overlook
Organization:New York City Department of Parks & Recreation leaving NYCWasteLess
NYC Compost Received:50 cubic yards since April 2009
Location:Forest Park / 80-30 Park Lane, Kew Gardens, 11418 view NYCityMap

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Kissena Corridor Park
photo: Kissena Corridor Parkphoto: Kissena Corridor Park
Organization:New York City Department of Parks & Recreation leaving NYCWasteLess
NYC Compost Received:20 cubic yards since July 2009
Location:Between Elder Avenue, Colden Street, and Kissena Boulevard, Flushing, 11355 view NYCityMap

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Vacant lots in Edgemere (the Rockaways)
photo: Vacant lots in the Rockawaysphoto: Vacant lots in the Rockaways
Organization:New York City Department of Parks & Recreation leaving NYCWasteLess
NYC Compost Received:250 cubic yards since July 2009
Location:Along Rockaway Avenue and Seagirt Boulevard, between 61st Street and 32nd Street, and 34th Street to 16th Street, Far Rockaway, 11691 view NYCityMap

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NYC Schools (K-12)

P.S. 20 John Bowne
photo: P.S. 20 John Bownephoto: P.S. 20 John Bowne
Organization:New York City Department of Education leaving NYCWasteLess
NYC Compost Received:5 cubic yards since April 2009
Location:142-30 Barclay Avenue, Flushing, 11355 view NYCityMap

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Dept. of Transportation

Sidewalks Inspection & Management Concrete Program
photo: 222nd St. Hollis Hillsphoto: 222nd St. Hollis Hills
Organization:Department of Transportation leaving NYCWasteLess
NYC Compost Received:400 cubic yards since February 2010
Location:Hollis Hills, 11365

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