These recycling flyers, created by the Department of Sanitation for the City of New York, aim to teach citizens how to properly recycle. The flyers depict the appropriate items that fall under the mixed paper & cardboard category and the bottles, cans & foil category.
This booklet, issued by the Department of Sanitation (DSNY), informs citizens of their legal responsibilities to keep New York City clean. This digest summarizes existing laws and regulations, as well new editions, of DSNY policy and outlines the requirements and steps of certain procedures, such as recycling.
This brochure details the steps and maintenance of indoor composting with a worm bin. Indoor composting allows citizens to recycle their food scraps into a plant fertilizer and soil amendment called vermicompost. This is most helpful to people who don't have access to an outdoor composting area, like those living in an apartment.
This brochure details the steps to effective mulch-mowing and maintenance of grass. The City is encouraging New Yorkers to leave their grass clippings on the lawn, rather than placing them out for collection and disposal. This will environmentally benefit the City by reducing the City's waste.