NYPD and BIC Announces Crackdown on Dangerous Operations by Private Carting Trucks. Week-long initiative follows two spot inspections in Manhattan and Brooklyn, where NYPD found multiple violations on every private trash truck stopped.
In the matter of an application submitted by the Department of Sanitation (DSNY) and the Department of Citywide Administrative Services (DCAS), pursuant to Section 197-c of the NYC Charter, for the site selection and acquisition of property located at 31-11 20th Avenue et al for a DSNY garage etc.
IN THE MATTER OF an application submitted by the Department of Sanitation (DSNY) and the Department of Citywide Administrative Services (DCAS), pursuant to Section 197-c of the New York City Charter, for the site selection and acquisition of property located at 122-10 31st Avenue (Block 4378, etc.
While commercial waste removal is a necessary part of managing any large city, this report by New York City Comptroller Scott M. Stringer details how New York City’s current system poses clear safety risks to both residents and workers, while also pumping out toxic emissions into the City’s air.
Local Law 40 (LL40) requires all contractors managing the City’s solid waste disposal program or recycling program for the Department of Sanitation to use ultra-low sulfur diesel fuel (ULSD). It also requires these vehicles to be equipped with emissions reduction technology to reduce the pollutants
Reports on the development, progress and achievements of the New York City Department of Environmental Protection's source water protection programs established to maintain the Filtration Avoidance Determination (FAD) for the Catskill/Delaware portion of the New York City water supply.
According to Local Law 36 (2010), NY City Mayoral and Non-Mayoral Agencies are required to establish a Waste Prevention, Reuse, and Recycling Plan to bring the agency into compliance with the Recycling Law (Local Law 19 of 1989).
Local Law air reports for Fiscal Year 2019 as required by Local Laws 38, 39 as amended by Local Law 73 of 2013, 40, 41, 42 of 2005 and 43 of 2010 as amended by local law 119 of 2016. These reports document the use of ultra-low sulfur diesel fuel, compliance with biodiesel requirements, etc
This document provides a comprehensive description of the portion of the New York City waste stream managed by the city’s Department of Sanitation (DOS). It is intended as a reference document. Actual FY1992-2000 data are provided, as well as projections from DOS for fys 2000-02
This document provides an update to IBO’s February 2001 Background Paper entitled “Overview of the Waste Stream Managed by the NYC Department of Sanitation.” Here, we present a condensed survey of the same data for fiscal years 2000-2004.
REPORT: Ten years ago the city adopted a 20-year plan for how to deal with the roughly 12,000 tons of waste handled each day by the sanitation department. With the city halfway through the period covered by the plan, we take a close look at the progress in meeting many of the goals of the Solid Waste Management Plan
NYC BY THE NUMBERS: Last year, the Mayor suspended the sanitation department’s organics collection program because of budget constraints and too many partially filled trucks. But participation varied throughout the city.
The Department of Sanitation is seeking qualified vendors to provide facilities, equipment, labor, and services necessary to accept, process and market recyclables collected under the city's recycling program.
The Department of Sanitation is responsible for managing all of the waste generated in the City and for developing a Comprehensive Solid Waste Management Plan for all waste generated between 2004 through 2024. The department developed the Commercial Waste Management Study to enable the City to assess and plan for the management of the commercial waste stream, to minimize the adverse impacts on the City's communities and environments, and to assist in developing the new plan.
Cover letter for the submission of the annual report: New York City Municipal Refuse and Recycling Statistics: Fiscal Year 2015, which provides statistics relating to the types of materials collected and diverted from the waste stream through recycling efforts in New York City.
Cover letter for the submission of an annual report that discusses the testing, analyses, and assessments of DSNY's alterative fuel sanitation collection vehicles and street sweepers, and the feasibility of incorporating new alternative fuel sanitation vehicles and technology into DSNY's fleet.
This report, which is submitted to the Mayor, the Comptroller, and the City Council in accordance with LL38/2005, discusses the testing, analyses, and assessments of DSNY's alterative fuel sanitation collection vehicles and street sweepers, and the feasibility of incorporating new alternative fuel sanitation vehicles and technology into DSNY's fleet. It also reviews the results of DSNY's pilot program that used alternative fuel street sweeping vehicles in four sanitation districts, with one district in an area with high rates of asthma among residents.
This is the Department of Sanitation's first-ever strategic plan - a blueprint to fortify our vital services, enhance employee and public safety, modernize our fleet and facilities, develop our workforce and lead New Yorkers to send zero waste to landfills.
Announces the release of the agency's first-ever strategic plan - a blueprint to fortify our vital services, enhance employee and public safety, modernize our fleet and facilities, develop our workforce and lead New Yorkers to send zero waste to landfills.
Announces the winning schools of the Department's 2016 Golden Apple Award program. The awards recognize city schools for completing educational projects on recycling, waste reduction and reuse, composting, and neighborhood beautification.