Life Along the Curb: Inside the Department of Sanitation of New York
August 17 • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Speaker: Robin Nagle
Keeping New York clean has always been a daunting challenge. The city generates close to 40,000 tons of garbage every day--and yet New Yorkers are not buried by their waste. Who picks up all that trash? Who sweeps the streets? How is the work organized? And where do all those discards all go? This lecture is part of our "Garbage and the City" series.