Hear leading experts discuss the future of waste and its impact on NYC's diverse neighborhoods at "Reduce, Reuse, Rethink" a talk at MCNY. Attend for free as an Insider!
This year, the Bloomberg administration teamed up with Big Belly Solar and The Alcoe Foundationto launch 30 solar powered recycling units in Times Square.
A look at the history of sewage in New York City, including the famous Poo Poo Choo Choo that took sludge all the way to Texas.
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.
Advocacy group Communities for a Better Environment has been leading toxic tours into southeast Los Angeles to show the consequences of industrial waste.
A guide to how to dispose of electronic waste in New York City and an overview of the laws affecting residents and retailers.
Amongst a group of 30 people, the Digester Eggs of Newtown Creek left us ooh-ing and ahh-ing at all the giant sludge processing machines, pipes, and surge towers.
Trained raptors shoo away seagulls that otherwise overwhelm the dump and scatter trash into nearby neighborhoods and the San Francisco Bay.
A select group of artists create entirely dump-sourced artwork, reminding us of the value that remains in our rubbish and the fact that nothing ever truly disappears.