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Downtown Brooklyn »

The Downtown Brooklyn Partnership will install solar-powered trash and recycling bins starting Sunday.

Castleton Corners »

The boxes, made at Staten Island's Pratt Industries, promote recycling in the borough.

Midtown »

The proposal is part of an effort to reduce city waste to landfills to zero by 2030,

East Village »

Student monitors called "Cafeteria Rangers" help their classmates properly sort lunchroom trash.

New Dorp »

Councilman Steven Matteo said his district had a reported 200 percent increase in fines issued.

Washington Heights »

Leave No Footprint helps New Yorkers properly dispose of items such as batteries and old electronics.

Lower East Side »

About half a dozen pink bins from Our Neighborhood Recycling recently appeared in the Lower East Side.

Livingston »

The Snug Harbor Apartments are the first sites of city clothing and electronics recycling on the island.

East Williamsburg »

Sure We Can, which helps the "canners" who pick up cans and bottles for money, may need to move.

Upper West Side »

Thousands of the new receptacles will be rolled out across the city by April 1.

Upper West Side »

Some 218 schools will be composting food by next spring, Department of Education officials said.

Jamaica »

The workshop is one of the Afrikan Poetry Theatre's green initiatives.

Upper West Side »

P.S. 87 has launched many green initiatives this year, including a mural of 1,000 bottle caps.

New York City »

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

Civic Center »

Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced an expanded plastics recycling program Wednesday.