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“Because of budget constraints, the mayor had proposed delaying the construction of three proposed solid-waste marine-transfer stations in Manhattan and one in Brooklyn.”
“Council Speaker Christine Quinn said she was pleased that the mayor's potential "backing off" from the 2006 citywide solid-waste management plan "is no longer going to happen.”
“Meanwhile, it is keeping up the acquisitions, jumping into solid-waste disposal.”
“Our solid-waste employees will join the rest of the DPW family to pay their respects to Mr. Hutchins and his family on Thursday.”
“Stephen Haney, a manager at the city's solid-waste management department, said that his crews collect 100 tons just from the two main parades, the second of which takes place Saturday.”
“Jinko added that it has adopted several measures, including building more solid-waste storage, to restore the brook to its precontaminated state as early as possible.”
“Some in the municipal solid-waste business don't believe that recycling and composting can reduce a city's waste down to nearly nothing.”
“The city's director of solid-waste services, Bob Gedert, says Austin hopes to ratchet up its diversion rate to 75% by 2020 through a mix of regulation and outreach, but says the city does not expect to reach zero waste until 2040.”
“It's good; doesn't mean we stop there," says Tim Croll, solid-waste director for Seattle Public Utilities.”
“At the end of their short use cycle, plastic bags or bottles have little intrinsic value; the large majority end up in solid-waste landfills or as litter in creeks and rivers.”
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