The NYC Stuff Exchange website offers a quick and simple way for
NYC residents to search for places in their neighborhood and throughout
the city where they can donate, sell, buy, rent, or repair different
types of gently used goods.
The NYC Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) launched a
new program, Operational Excellence, or OpX, to help make DEP the
safest, most effective, cost-efficient, and transparent water utility
in the nation.
the press release
Think you know what to recycle in New York City? What about your
old box springs, junk mail, papaya peels, or brass horn? Beat the
recycling experts on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch with NYC’s
free recycling game.
NYC Stuff Exchange is a free, quick, and simple way for New Yorkers
to find convenient places to donate, buy, or sell gently used goods.
The app contains listings of charitable organizations that accept
donations, as well as outlets that buy or sell used goods.
Visit the NYCWasteLess calendar for information on upcoming composting
workshops, electronics recycling events, and other recycling and
waste prevention activities.