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Angus McLeod
Suggested by Angus McLeod
Oct 16, 2014
Dan

Here's a recent article on the Department of Sanitation's pilot program:
www.nytimes.com/2014/07/20/rea...

"... A two-year pilot program's goal, for which $10 million was allocated in the fiscal year that ended in June, is to transform the way New Yorkers deal with everything from used tea bags and half-eaten burgers to apple cores and coffee grounds. The hope is that one day most of New York’s discarded food will make its way to composting sites, where it will benefit the environment, rather than be trucked to distant landfills, an undertaking that costs the city more than $300 million annually. A highly visible side effect would be to reduce the city’s rat population. With less food in curbside garbage cans, the thinking goes, fewer rats should come prowling around in search of a meal."

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