The City Reliquary presents NYC Trash: Past, Present & Future, an exhibition presenting the story behind NYC waste as a cultural archive we can learn from.
The Sunset Park Material Recovery Facility in Sunset Park Brooklyn is the anchor to NYC's curbside collection program. 10 fun facts from our exploration.
Photographs inside the unique art gallery housed inside a NYC Department of Sanitation garage on the Upper East Side, curated by DSNY worker Nelson Molina.
Rising on Spring Street in NYC along the West Side highway is the $20 million Spring Street salt shed, to house 5,000 tons of salt by Dattner Architects
A sanitation worker collected articles of trash for 33 years and transformed a disused floor of an East Harlem garage into an amazing art gallery.
Instagram user Robin Nagle hinted us about this photo of the Dept. of Street Cleaning sweepers in the 1920s. A white ledger (pictured) is still in use.
The last thing we expect to see on a sanitation building is classical architecture but there's an interesting facade at the Marine Transfer Station at Pier 99.
Untapped Paris got a sneak peak into the Paris underground thanks to a few urban explorers we know.