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What Happens to NYC Compost on Staten Island?
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The Staten Island 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

Arthur Kill Correctional Facility
photo: Arthur Kill Correctional Facility photo: Arthur Kill Correctional Facility
Organization: Arthur Kill Correctional Facility
NYC Compost Received: 50 cubic yards since April 2010
Location: 2911 Arthur Kill Road, 10309 view NYCityMap

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Lifestyles For the Disabled
photo: Lifestyles For the Disabled photo: Lifestyles for the Disabled
Organization: Lifestyles For the Disabled leaving NYCWasteLess
NYC Compost Received: 60 cubic yards since April 2010
Location: 930 Willowbrook Road, Building 12G, 10314 view NYCityMap

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Mt. Loretto
photo: Mt. Loretto photo: Mt. Loretto
Organization: Mt. Loretto leaving NYCWasteLess
NYC Compost Received: 60 cubic yards since April 2009
Location: 6581 Hylan Boulevard, 10309 view NYCityMap

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Snug Harbor Cultural Center and Botanical Garden
photo: Snug Harbor Cultural Center and Botanical Garden photo: Snug Harbor Cultural Center and Botanical Garden
Organization: Snug Harbor Cultural Center and Botanical Garden leaving NYCWasteLess
NYC Compost Received: 1007 cubic yards since October 2011
NYC Mulch Received: 59 cubic yards since October 2011
Location: 1000 Richmond Terrace, 10301 view NYCityMap

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Students of the CSI Community Garden Consortium
photo: College of Staten Island photo: College of Staten Island
Organization: College of Staten Island
NYC Compost Received: 3 cubic yards since April 2010
Location: 2800 Victory Boulevard, 10314 view NYCityMap

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NYC Housing Authority

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NYC Parks

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NYC Schools (K-12)

I.S. 49 Berta A. Dreyfus's HOPE Garden
photo: I.S. 49 Berta A. Dreyfus photo: I.S. 49 Berta A. Dreyfus
Organization: NYC Department of Education leaving NYCWasteLess
NYC Compost Received: 10 cubic yards since May 2009
Location: 101 Warren Street, 10304 view NYCityMap

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P.S. 16 John J. Driscoll
photo: P.S. 016 John J. Driscoll photo: P.S. 016 John J. Driscoll
Organization: NYC Department of Education leaving NYCWasteLess
NYC Compost Received: 2 cubic yards since May 2009
Location: 80 Monroe Avenue, 10301 view NYCityMap

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Dept. of Transportation

Sidewalks Inspection & Management Concrete Program
photo: Sidewalks Inspection & Management Concrete Program
Organization: Department of Transportation leaving NYCWasteLess
NYC Compost Received: 300 cubic yards since August 2009
Location: Hewlitt Avenue, 10301

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