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New laws would expand City’s recycling program

New York just announced it would expand its recycling laws for the first time since 1989. It would recycle more plastic, set up more public bins, and create drop-offs for hazardous waste. Mayor Bloomberg is expected to approve the bill, which would keep 8,000 tons of plastic out of landfills.

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