This brochure provides a brief summary of our 2016 Strategic Plan, our blueprint for becoming a more proactive, nimble and cohesive agency—helping our Department respond to New Yorkers’ needs today while building the agency they will need in the future.
Starting October 1, 2018, Brooklyn South residents can make an appointment to have their electronic waste picked up by the NYC Department of Sanitation. To schedule a pick-up visit nyc.gov/electronics.
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DSNY is turning food scraps, food-soiled paper and plant trimmings into clean energy and compost to build healthy soil. Plus, putting organics into a brown bin-instead of a garbage bag-helps keep rodents and pests away.
Revised version of the public health insurance programs options brochure in English (to be distributed in accordance with LL1), to educate citizens about health care and insurance options. The updated income guidelines in the brochures reflect the proposed changes of the Federal Poverty Guidelines.
The Important Updates for Workers palmcard is intended to provide updates to NYC’s Paid Safe and Sick Leave Law and Minimum Wage and to be used in conjunction with pre-printed materials with outdated information.
A partir del 1 de enero de 2019, estará prohibido tener, vender o usar ciertos artículos de poliestireno expandido (EPS).Después del periodo de advertencia, se emitirán Notificaciones de Violación y puede que se tome acción legal.
Beginning January 1, 2019, certain expanded polystyrene (EPS) items will be banned from possession, sale or use in NYC. Following the warning period, Notices of Violation will be issued and civil action may be taken. For more information, contact 311 or visit nyc.gov/foamban.
Beginning January 1, 2019, certain expanded polystyrene (EPS) items will be banned from possession, sale, or use in NYC. Following the warning period, Notices of Violation will be issued and civil action may be taken. For more information, contact 311 or nyc.gov/foamban.