Senator Brian Kavanagh announced the Carpet EPR bill (S5027C/A9279A), which he sponsored along with Assemblymember Steven Englebright.
Today, Representative Adriano Espaillat and Representative Steve Stivers introduced the Secure E-Waste Export and Recycling Act (SEERA).
GrowNYC is calling for Harlemites to responsibly recycle unwanted or broken computers, TV’s, monitors, keyboards, printers, faxes, VCR’s, DVD and CD players, video game consoles, etc., (No microwaves, AC’s or household appliances).
Harlem just got greener, thanks to the opening of nonprofit GrowNYC’s seasonal Mt. Sinai Greenmarket, bringing more than just fresh, locally grown produce to the area.
Wondering what to do with your stash of old batteries or the cans of unneeded paint taking up space in your garage? You know you shouldn’t throw them out, but it really is time to get rid of them. Resist the temptation to toss them in the trash anyway. The reason: They (and everything on…
In the fast-paced world of logistics, the backbone of any successful operation is a well-maintained fleet.
Broadway, The World’s Most Famous Street, will look to become one of the world’s cleanest streets during The Great Broadway Sweep, September 18-22, 2023.
Disposing of an old car is a situation many people have faced at some point.
Maintaining a clean and sparkling home can sometimes feel like an uphill battle, especially in today’s busy world.
Maintaining a clean and organized home from Harlem to Hawaii is essential for our well-being and peace of mind.
Are you fed up with uninvited pests around your home? Whether it’s pesky rodents or stubborn insects, these unwanted guests can be quite troublesome.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams, New York City Sanitation Department (DSNY) Commissioner Jessica Tisch.
Hydroponics, the science of soil-less gardening, is not a novel concept, but it is certainly gaining momentum in the 21st-century agricultural landscape.
Have you ever picked up a product in the store, only to be confused by its label?
As the saying goes, ‘Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.’