In a unanimous vote on June 12, New York City’s BIC agreed to revoke the license of Staten Island trash hauler Flag Container Service Inc.
The passage of the law requires motorists to slow down and move over as they approach waste and recycling collection trucks.
The collaboration removes plastic pollution along New York City’s waterways and launches a #RIPplasticbag campaign to support the statewide plastic bag ban.
New York City’s Business Integrity Commission will meet this week to consider a recommendation to shut down the alleged murder-linked private trash hauler following weeks of scrutiny.
The fourth survey allows us to compare the baseline data captured in 2016, 2017 and 2018 covering collection, recycling, disposal and capital spending.
The bonds will mature in May 2029 and are guaranteed by certain subsidiaries of Waste Pro.
City officials allege that Sioux Falls Sanitation has stopped picking up its contracted customers’ trash.