September 30, 2015
by Tamanna Virmani All of us living or working in New York City recognize and admire the fact that the city is a trailblazer in many areas. However, waste management in general, and organics recycling in particular, have been challenging issues for the city – issues needing a trailblazing spirit to establish best practices. Read more…
May 30, 2015
by Lisa Bonanate A world with zero waste – sending nothing to landfill or incineration – sounds like a Utopian dream. But in San Francisco, it’s a dream that’s becoming a political and social reality. If you live in San Francisco, you can recycle or compost anything, even hazardous materials and construction waste. How. Read more…
July 27, 2009
Discussion of apartment recycling, deconstruction, and construction waste with speakers David Hurd, Director Office of Recycling Outreach & Education, Council on the Environment of New York City; Max Rubinstein, Deconstruction program manager at Build It Green!NYC (BIG!NYC) and Nick Marangi, Owner and President of Eagle Recycling.