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Composting in Your Neighborhood
Learn how to use compost to recycle organic waste while enriching your soil.
Household Special Waste Recycling Drop-Off Program
NYC Residents may drop off batteries, fluorescent light tubes, motor oil and filters, thermostats, and transmission fluid at self-help sites each borough.
Illegal Dumping Reward Programs
The Department of Sanitation has two programs through which the public can collect monetary awards for reporting illegal dumping.
Learn to Reduce Waste
The NYCWasteLess website explains how City residents can reduce waste in their daily activities.
Not Sure What to Trash?
The Department of Sanitation offers guidelines for recycling, donating, and reporting unused goods.
What and How to Recycle in NYC
Recycling is the law in New York City. Residents, schools, institutions, agencies, and all commercial businesses must recycle.
NYC Stuff Exchange
NYC Stuff Exchange offers a quick and simple way for NYC residents to search for places in their neighborhood and throughout the City where they can donate, sell, buy, rent, or repair different types of gently used goods.
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