Today, along with Van Alen Institute, Industrial Designers Society of America (IDSA) and, the AIA New York | Center for Architecture we announced that Group Project is the winner of the #BetterBinNYC competition!
The winning design (light-weight and recyclable liner nested inside) received positive feedback from both our Sanitation Workers and the public for its sleek aesthetic, bold recycling messaging and ergonomic design.
Learn about our Better Bin NYC Competition and more: betterbin.nyc
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The Department of Sanitation (DSNY) promotes a healthy NYC environment through efficient management of the City’s solid waste, and environmentally sound long-range planning for handling the City’s recycling and garbage. DSNY is the world’s largest sanitation department, collecting more than 10,500 tons of residential and institutional garbage and 1,760 tons of recyclables every day. NYC businesses generate another 13,000 tons of garbage daily, which is collected by private carting companies. DSNY also clears litter, snow, and ice from some 6,000 miles of streets; removes debris from vacant lots; and clears abandoned vehicles from City streets.
Founded 1881 Specialties Recycling Collection, Garbage Collection, Snow Removal, and Street Cleaning.