Compostable organics amount to one third of the City’s household trash, but New York City is making it harder and harder for us to dispose of them sustainably.
Two critical community composting organizations face uncertain futures as the New York City Parks Department considers eviction.
Urge Mayor Bill De Blasio to direct the Parks Department to allow the Lower East Side Ecology Center and Big Reuse to continue their compost operations in City parks!
Photo: Noa Okawa via Flickr
Make your voice heard to defend two critical community composting organizations — the Lower East Side Ecology Center and Big Reuse — from being evicted by the New York City Parks Department. Send a message to Mayor Bill De Blasio now!
Mayor Bill De Blasio
Save Composting by the Lower East Side Ecology Center and Big Reuse!
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