New York City’s recycling fleet has seen a massive boom in recent years, but it’s not a panacea to the city’s trash problem.
A new study, conducted by the city, suggests that a program like the one that’s currently in place could save up or even double the amount of trash that is collected by the City.
According to the study, New York State’s recycling and waste management system has been the most efficient in the country in terms of collecting waste, recycling and composting it, and reducing the amount that ends up in landfills and landfilling waste.
This program has helped the city get an overall waste reduction of around 25% per year, compared to about 25% in other states.
That’s compared to a rate of waste collection of only 6% for states like Vermont and Connecticut, the study found.
While New York currently has the most recycling programs in the nation, the city has a backlog of more than 1,400 trash collection bins and nearly 5,000 bins full of compostable materials.
While there’s been some progress made in the last decade, this program is only one of many options the city currently has to manage its recycling collection.
According the report, the recycling program will be implemented over the next year, which will involve a pilot program in Manhattan.
It will then be extended into Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island.
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio has already made clear his support for the program, and it seems like he’ll be able to implement the new program, at least temporarily.
The city is also considering expanding the program to Staten Island, and a new study is currently looking into whether the program could be expanded to other areas in New York.