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Astoria »

"It was even funner than I thought," 5-year-old Emma Mudrick said of her eco-friendly bash.

East Williamsburg »

Residents near Brooklyn Transfer on Thames Street are asking a judge to help clean the facility up.

Hunts Point »

It wasn't immediately clear how the body parts got to the Metropolitan Transfer Station, police said.

Greenpoint »

From development and pollution to live music, here are some of the stories we'll be following in 2017.

Upper West Side »

The home-goods store left garbage all over a local block after shuttering last week.

East Williamsburg »

Activists are asking the city to revoke the permit for East Williamsburg's Brooklyn Transfer LLC.

Chelsea »

Trash and other refuse would whiz through a pressurized tube running along the bottom of the park.

Midwood »

Organizing the city's trash by its properties and uses, a poster captures the city from the ground view.

Astoria »

Astoria Park Alliance hung the posters to encourage park-goers to properly dispose of their trash.

Upper East Side »

The new bins are meant to keep garbage from spilling on to sidewalks and streets, officials say.

Upper East Side »

The Department of Sanitation has agreed to increase garbage pickup at the busy corridor.

Downtown Brooklyn »

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

Upper East Side »

Residents have regularly complained about trash building up on sidewalks.

East Williamsburg »

Residents are asking the council to pass a bill to limit the amount of trash one district can take in.