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The actual notion of a ball "dropping" to signal the passage of time dates back long before New Year's Eve was ever celebrated in Times Square. The first "time-ball" was installed atop England's Royal Observatory at Greenwich in 1833. This ball would drop at one o'clock every afternoon, allowing the captains of nearby ships to precisely set their chronometers (a vital navigational instrument).
Established in 2011, the GrowNYC Compost Program strives to make composting second-nature for all New Yorkers by operating residential Food Scrap Drop-off sites and partnering with community composting facilities to make compost locally. Part of a larger network of over 200 Food Scrap Drop-off sites in NYC, the GrowNYC Compost Program currently operates 50 food scrap drop-off sites serving 7 thousand regular weekly participants, diverting over 25 tons of food scraps from landfills each week.
Please see our list of what to bring and adhere to the drop-off schedule at each location (do not bring food scraps to closed sites). Food scraps cannot be accepted outside of stated open hours. All locations are year-round unless otherwise noted.
Can businesses drop off materials to compostNo. Commercial food scraps are not accepted at these sites. Businesses should contact a hauler who can handle commercially-generated organic waste.
When announcing the changes Friday, Mayor Eric Adams said it was time to drop restrictions because COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations are declining and more than 75% of New York City residents are fully vaccinated.
If you are experiencing unsheltered homelessness and living on the streets or subway, you can get help at drop-in centers. These centers are designed to make getting services easier and to help remove barriers that may be keeping you from taking the first step toward transitional and permanent housing.
Hosted in our newly renovated Astor Ballroom, enjoy dinner, games, music and treats for the kids, and a hosted bar for the adults. Let the kids stay up a little later to watch a live-stream of the ball drop at midnight. Please note: This event is only for hotel guests. Proof of vaccination will be required for all guests ages 12 and older.
According to the New York Post, a pair of New York-area fans have amended their $6 billion lawsuit against the Giants and Jets, alleging that they must drop "New York" from their names given that they play in New Jersey. The original lawsuit filed in January had demanded both teams be returned to New York State proper by 2025, but has since been revised.
Thanks to convenient drop off sites, consumers now have a way to ensure the collection, reuse, and recycling of architectural paint. Looking for a drop off location Visit the Paint Care New York program page (leaves DEC website) for participating sites and the latest program information.
Retailers - Retailers of architectural paint can only offer for sale architectural paint products and brands belonging to producers who are registered with the program. Retailers of architectural paint are given the opportunity to voluntarily participate as a waste paint drop-off site.
Municipalities - Local municipalities, by participating as waste paint drop-off sites, benefit from the postconsumer paint collection program since costs associated with the management of waste paint that ends up in the municipal waste streams will be covered by the program.
Context: The Bureau of Communicable Disease at the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene receives an average of more than 1000 reports daily via electronic laboratory reporting. Rapid recognition of any laboratory reporting drop-off of test results for 1 or more diseases is necessary to avoid delays in case investigation and outbreak detection.
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