Morningside Heights Housing Corporation

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    Earlier this summer, the city of New York kicked off its Organic Food Waste Recycling Pilot Program, the goal of which is to divert food waste generated in the city to recycling facilities, rather than out-of-state landfills. The city recently expanded the program to include a number of large multifamily properties.

    Northeast 09 August 2013 18:11

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