Ten Reforms for Making New York City's Recycling Program More Cost-Effective
After suspending glass and plastic recycling in the summer of 2002 due to record budget deficits, New York City has restored its full recycling program. This April 2004 NRDC report, shaped by a steering committee of representatives from 10 environmental and consumer groups, recommends strategies to make recycling more economically stable, while helping to expand New York's recycling program.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Appendix: Listing of Author Organizations
Recycling Returns : Ten Reforms for Making New York City's Recycling Program More Cost-Effective. By Mark A. Izeman, Virali Gokaldas. March 2004. Print version, $7.50. Order print copies .
last revised 3/29/2004
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