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Solid Waste Management Plan
 
Mayor Bloomberg and Department of Sanitation Commissioner John J. Doherty unveiled New York City's Solid Waste Management Plan.  The plan creates a long-term structure for transporting the City's residential and commercial waste as well as recycling. By using a waterborne network to transport the City's refuse it will reduce the number of private hauler truck trips by nearly 200,000 per year and eliminate truck miles by nearly three million each year.  The plan establishes a cost-effective, reliable, and environmentally sound system for managing the City's waste for the next 20 years.  

Mayor Bloomberg and Department of Sanitation Commissioner John J. Doherty unveiled New York City's Solid Waste Management Plan.  The plan creates a long-term structure for transporting the City's residential and commercial waste as well as recycling. By using a waterborne network to transport the City's refuse it will reduce the number of private hauler truck trips by nearly 200,000 per year and eliminate truck miles by nearly three million each year.  The plan establishes a cost-effective, reliable, and environmentally sound system for managing the City's waste for the next 20 years.
Mayor Bloomberg and Department of Sanitation Commissioner John J. Doherty unveiled New York City's Solid Waste Management Plan.  The plan creates a long-term structure for transporting the City's residential and commercial waste as well as recycling. By using a waterborne network to transport the City's refuse it will reduce the number of private hauler truck trips by nearly 200,000 per year and eliminate truck miles by nearly three million each year.  The plan establishes a cost-effective, reliable, and environmentally sound system for managing the City's waste for the next 20 years.
Mayor Bloomberg and Department of Sanitation Commissioner John J. Doherty unveiled New York City's Solid Waste Management Plan.  The plan creates a long-term structure for transporting the City's residential and commercial waste as well as recycling. By using a waterborne network to transport the City's refuse it will reduce the number of private hauler truck trips by nearly 200,000 per year and eliminate truck miles by nearly three million each year.  The plan establishes a cost-effective, reliable, and environmentally sound system for managing the City's waste for the next 20 years.
Mayor Bloomberg and Department of Sanitation Commissioner John J. Doherty unveiled New York City's Solid Waste Management Plan.  The plan creates a long-term structure for transporting the City's residential and commercial waste as well as recycling. By using a waterborne network to transport the City's refuse it will reduce the number of private hauler truck trips by nearly 200,000 per year and eliminate truck miles by nearly three million each year.  The plan establishes a cost-effective, reliable, and environmentally sound system for managing the City's waste for the next 20 years.
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