The Market Value of Trash

December 8, 2015

Archive, Campaign, Environmental Justice, Media Coverage, Transform Don't Trash NYC, Waste Equity

EJ Organizer Justin Wood explained to Brooklyn Ink how it is market value disparities amongst recycled goods drive the huge amount of waste that occupies NYC’s landfills.

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