Sunday, February 2, 2014


This is first time I've heard of it or seen it. Have you in your neighborhood? 

From the website:
"In the fall of 2012, the Department of Sanitation (DSNY) began offering curbside collection of organic waste – including food scraps, food-soiled paper, and yard waste – to select NYC schools, residences, and institutions. This service, called for in Local Law 77 of 2013 is a pilot program to divert organic material from disposal for beneficial use.

In 2013, DSNY began collecting organics from single family homes and small residential buildings, reaching over 30,000 households in the Bronx, Brooklyn, and Staten Island. In 2014, DSNY will expand the program to reach 100,000 households. See pilot area maps for neighborhoods currently receiving organics collection service."

Well what'd ya know. Now can they tell me how to keep the fruit flies down to a bare minimum? 

1 comment:

  1. Indoors, a small dish filled with apple cider vinegar and a drop of dish soap works. They are drawn to the vinegar and then drown due to the reduced surface tension from the soap.


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