Laws and Regulations
1987 Solid Waste Management Plan established a 50% waste reduction/recycling goal by 1997; not mandatory. 50% recycling goal is broken down into two categories: 8-10% waste reduction goal and 40-42% recycling goal. The state has met these goals with a recycling rate of 42% in 1997 and 1998. Executive Order No. 142, issued in 1992, requires state agencies and public authorities to engage in certain recycling and waste reduction practices.
Catalytic Converter Companies
Davis Recycling Inc
Catalytic Converter Recycling. Scrap metal recyclings.
Automotive dismantling. DavisConverters.com
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Cada Stainless & Alloys, Inc. - Chester, NY -
Company Profile: Manufacturer & distributor of cold & hot rolled strips made of high temperature alloy & stainless steel for catalytic converters. Available in 200, 300 & 400 PH grades. Used in...
Global Metals - New York, NY -
Company Profile: Global Metals, international source of brass and copper plates, steel, aluminum and other metal - ...Chromium Strips Nickel Steel Strips Stainless Steel Strip Stainless Steel Strip for Catalytic Converters Steel Strips Tantalum Strips Tin Strips Titanium Strips ...
Unifrax Corp. - Niagara Falls, NY -
Company Profile: 257107 Form C-3087-2 - ...ceramic substrates used in catalytic converters for internal combustion engines...fibers used in a variety of catalytic converter mounting systems...design engineers to position catalytic...
Today New York City recycles no more than 13 percent of its waste stream. The rate of recycling of commercially generated municipal solid waste dropped from 8.7 percent in 1998 to 3.5 percent in 1999. In July 2006 the City Council approved a waste management plan two years in the making. The 20-year plan addresses residential garbage produced by the city at a rate of 12,000 tons per day. A new barge and rail system intended to reduce trash hauling by truck within the city by 3.5 million miles annually would also reduce the burden among the five boroughs. The city will also create an Office of Recycling Outreach and Education to reduce the amount of garbage that must be managed in the first place. http://concernedcitizens.homestead.com/FKfacts.html
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