In observance of Independence Day, there will be no garbage, recycling, or organics collection on Tuesday, July 4.
Residents who normally receive Tuesday trash, organics and recycling collection should place their material out at curbside after 4 p.m. on Tuesday, July 4 for pickup.
Because keeping New York City clean takes a full-court press,we are launching #TalkTrashNewYork, a new anti-litter campaign promoting clean streets, sidewalks, beaches and parks across the City.
The #TalkTrashNewYork campaign is a reminder that it's not difficult to make a shot into a litter basket. Watch the video at talktrashnewyork.com.
Get DSNY Info, the NYC Sanitation App to help keep the city healthy, safe and clean!
Available for free in iOS/Android.
App provides service reminders, updates, special event schedules & more. Also includes tips to reduce, reuse and recycle, making it easier for New Yorkers to send zero waste to landfills by 2030.
Announcing the NYC Food Waste Fair!
NYC businesses produce more than 650,000 tons of food scraps annually. But food scraps aren't garbage. The NYC Food Waste Fair is bringing together sustainability experts and the food industry to learn how to reduce costs and get the most out of our food, while helping NYC's environment. More at: www.foodwastefair.nyc
A major expansion of our curbside organics collection program is now underway!
This expansion is the latest effort to make food scrap, food-soiled paper and yard waste recycling available to all New Yorkers by the end of 2018, with either curbside service or convenient neighborhood drop-off sites.