DSNY summer internships allow students to build their technical and project management skills and provide excellent experience for future careers. All internships begin tentatively on June 5 and last between 10 and 13 weeks. Positions will be paid and are full time.
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DSNY announced the first five 2017 dates for the Department’s annual SAFE (Solvents, Automotive, Flammables, and Electronics) Disposal events. The events provide City residents with a one-stop drop-off to safely dispose of potentially harmful household products.
Last year, more than 1,110 tons of material was collected at the events.
DSNY announced two major milestones for its high-rise apartment building recycling programs; re-fashioNYC has collected 10 million pounds of used clothing, towels and linens, while the electronics recycling program, e-cycleNYC, has collected 10 million pounds of unwanted electronic items, such as computers and televisions.
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This year our food scraps, food-soiled paper and yard waste curbside collection program will be made available to more than two million additional city residents. The program began as a pilot for 3,200 residents in spring 2013 and is already available to nearly one million residents citywide.
After collection, the material is turned into usable compost or renewable energy.