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Windsor Terrace »

The eco-friendly bathrooms opened Monday at the renovated Wellhouse building in the park.

Chelsea »

Chelsea Waterside Park and Pier 84 are among the locations with new deposit bins.

Bed-Stuy »

Green thumbs looking to kick their garden up a notch can pick up free compost this weekend.

Bed-Stuy »

BK Rot, an organization that employs local youth, started offering its composting services in the area.

Stapleton »

Toilets for People aims to make cheap, compost toilets for flood-prone countries.

Jamaica »

Locals are growing tomatoes, eggplants and other vegetables in the newly renovated garden.  

Kew Gardens »

Queens residents will soon have more options to recycle their food waste.

Park Slope »

Fruit flies and lack of education are blamed for the slow response to the city's composting project.

Park Slope »

Compost and other organic waste will be picked up during garbage day starting on May 19. 

Forest Hills »

The courses are part of a fundraiser for the Compost Collective.  

Civic Center »

The City Council extended existing smoking bans to include electronic cigarettes.

Upper West Side »

A $6 million campaign to bring the solar-powered toilets to Riverside Park is under way. 

Westerleigh »

The two year program will collect food waste around the city.

Great Kills & Tottenville »

Mayor Bloomberg announced the pilot program to compost food waste.

Lower East Side »

The Lower East Side Ecology Center would include a wetland area to shelter birds and produce clean water.