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Recycling - Wikipedia


Recycling is the process of converting waste materials into reusable materials and objects. It is an alternative to "conventional" waste disposal that can save ...

What to Recycle in New York City | GrowNYC - NYC


Recycling is the law in New York City and is an easy everyday way to protect the environment and help stop global climate change. New York City provides a ...

DSNY - Zero Waste - What To Recycle for Residents - NYC - NYC.gov


Paper & Cardboard. Paper: Newspapers, magazines, catalogs; White and colored paper (including lined, copier, and computer paper; staples are acceptable) ...

Residential Recycling | City of New York - NYC - NYC.gov


Residents, schools, institutions, and agencies must recycle with the Department of Sanitation in clearly labeled bins or clear bags. Sanitation provides free ...

Recycle-A-Bicycle - NYC


A youth training and environmental education initiative that has taken root in New York City public schools and after school youth programs.

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle | US EPA


Learn how reducing, reusing, and recycling can help you, your community, and the environment by saving money, energy, and natural resources. Recycling ...

Resource Recycling Systems (RRS)


Engineers and consultants providing solutions for solid waste management including recycling and solid waste planning, facility design and engineering, and ...

Residential Recycling Services. Electronics, Plastics, Cardboard ...


Waste Management offers residential recycling services that help you easily dispose of plastic, metal, paper, cardboard, glass, batteries, fluorescents, and ...

What Can I Recycle | Waste Management


Through advances in recycling technology, you have more options than ever. Learn what you can recycle today to get started.