Recyclers and small business owners in New York City entered this year with a victory when a New York Supreme Court overturned the city’s expanded
Holiday gifts are notorious for their packaging, but this year, New York City residents are being urged to think before throwing all that packaging away.
Learn more about the offer to help New York City taxpayers, small business owners and the environment with a comprehensive polystyrene recycling program!
Private Industry’s Offer to Recycle All Foam & Rigid Polystyrene Still Stands The New York State Supreme Court today overturned Sanitation Commissioner Kathryn Garcia’s decision
While the New York foam ban officially went into effect on July 1st, a New York court is still in the process of ruling on
New Yorkers must say goodbye to their warm coffee-filled foam cups, to their nicely insulated foam to-go containers, and to their foam school lunch trays
New York City’s ban of expanded polystyrene (EPS) foam took effect on July 1, 2015, but restaurant owners and small businesses can still use foam
The debate on the expanded polystyrene (EPS) foam ban in New York City continues and tensions are rising. In mid-May, a coalition of interested parties