Sanitation and Recycling Forum

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On Thursday, November 17th, the office of Council Member Mark Levine will host a Sanitation and Recycling Forum. This event will include the Department of Sanitation, the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, GrowNYC, and the Citizens Committee for New York City that will both present and participate in a Q&A with those in attendance.

Among the topics that will be covered are:
  • What items can be composted

  • How to register for organics collection

  • Recycling and sorting information

  • Rodent and pest issues

  • Applying for a neighborhood beautification grant

  • Commercial and residential sanitation issues

…and more!

The Sanitation and Recycling Forum will take place at the Bloomingdale Library, located at 150 West 100th Street from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.

Please RSVP below or call (212) 928-6814.
June 20, 2017 at 6pm - 7:30pm
Bloomingdale Library
150 W 100th St
New York, NY 10025
United States
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