In Gothamist: One borough’s trash is another’s goal: Manhattan leaders want composting program like one in Queens

Curbside composting arrived in Queens last month. Now, Manhattan elected officials want in on the program.

In a letter to NYC Department of Sanitation Commissioner Jessica Tisch last week, Manhattan Borough President Mark Levine and nine council members requested curbside composting be extended to their borough.

The elected officials also endorsed a bill introduced in April that would create a citywide curbside organics program for residential buildings.

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