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food scraps

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Kew Gardens »

The program is expanding to Long Island City, Far Rockaway and Kew Gardens, among other areas. 

Kew Gardens »

Three new drop-off locations recently opened in Eastern Queens.

Park Slope »

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

Upper West Side »

The composting program is being expanded to include 720 city public schools.

Forest Hills »

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

New York City »

The city is reportedly planning to expand its composting program this year.

Long Island City »

Commuters can now drop their food scraps off the Vernon Blvd. 7 Train and Greenpoint G Train stations.

Forest Hills »

Local groups will start collecting household food scraps at the market in June.

Astoria »

Build It Green is collecting food scraps for composting every Tuesday near the Broadway N/Q train stop.