What Happens To Our Recycling, Part Two: The Work Of Recycling - 27 East

What Happens To Our Recycling, Part Two: The Work Of Recycling

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For the trash self-hauled by residents in East Hampton and Southampton towns to the transfer stations

For the trash self-hauled by residents in East Hampton and Southampton towns to the transfer stations

 along with recyclables that are sorted on site

along with recyclables that are sorted on site

 the trash ends up at GNF for processing.  KYRIL BROMLEY

the trash ends up at GNF for processing. KYRIL BROMLEY

For the trash self-hauled by residents in East Hampton and Southampton towns to the transfer stations

For the trash self-hauled by residents in East Hampton and Southampton towns to the transfer stations

 along with recyclables that are sorted on site

along with recyclables that are sorted on site

 the trash ends up at GNF for processing.  KYRIL BROMLEY

the trash ends up at GNF for processing. KYRIL BROMLEY

For the trash self-hauled by residents in East Hampton and Southampton towns to the transfer stations

For the trash self-hauled by residents in East Hampton and Southampton towns to the transfer stations

 along with recyclables that are sorted on site

along with recyclables that are sorted on site

 the trash ends up at GNF for processing.  KYRIL BROMLEY

the trash ends up at GNF for processing. KYRIL BROMLEY

For the trash self-hauled by residents in East Hampton and Southampton towns to the transfer stations

For the trash self-hauled by residents in East Hampton and Southampton towns to the transfer stations

 along with recyclables that are sorted on site

along with recyclables that are sorted on site

 the trash ends up at GNF for processing.  KYRIL BROMLEY

the trash ends up at GNF for processing. KYRIL BROMLEY

The Winter Bros. Transfer Station in Holtsville.  DANA SHAW

The Winter Bros. Transfer Station in Holtsville. DANA SHAW

The Winter Bros. Transfer Station in Holtsville.  DANA SHAW

The Winter Bros. Transfer Station in Holtsville. DANA SHAW

The Winter Bros. Transfer Station in Holtsville.  DANA SHAW

The Winter Bros. Transfer Station in Holtsville. DANA SHAW

The Winter Bros.

The Winter Bros.

authorCailin Riley on Dec 4, 2018
Mike Vitale saw the writing on the wall, even when no one else did. It was the early 2000s, and single-stream recycling was the newest, hottest trend in the recycling... more

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