Polygon: Is your office equipment recycling program still active?
Yes, the program is still active and you can still get your office supplies back from the recycling bin.
However, there’s a lot more you can do if you’re in the Northeast and want to recycle your office equip.
The program is a partnership between New York City Public Works, the State Department of Environmental Conservation and the University of New Hampshire.
It began in October 2016, and the state of New York partnered with New England University to launch the program.
The New York State Department has launched a recycling campaign for offices in the region.
The department has put out a recycling brochure, which explains how to apply, and says the goal is to collect enough recycling materials to make up to 70,000 tons of paper, 35,000 pounds of glass and 20,000 gallons of paper per year.
There are some steps to follow, such as choosing the right products to recycle, using the right bins, and choosing a recycling process that will be easy and economical for the public.
Here are some tips to get started:If you live in the Northeastern region, you’ll need to have a recycling account at the University.
It’s free and takes up to 12 weeks to set up.
It takes about an hour to set it up.
If you don’t have an account, you can get one by signing up for the Office Recycling and Waste Reduction program.
The fee is $30.
You’ll also need to take a few other steps.
First, you need to find out how much your office needs.
You can go online to the State’s Office of Recycled Products website and check the “Total Recyclable” box.
Then, find out which items are recyclable.
That number is determined by how much paper, glass, and plastic it contains.
For example, a lot of office equipment is recyclible, but plastic and paper are not.
If your office has a glass-to-paper converter, that is the item that is recycled, not the paper, plastic, or cardboard.
You also can check out the office equipment bins.
You need to select which items you want to get recycled and then pick out which bins are recycentable.
The city says it collects about $2.8 billion per year, which means it will take about 10 years to recycle all the office equip you’re getting from the state.
You should also take into account that it takes up space in your trash, which will help you reduce your trash pickup.
The department says the average household recycles an average of 3.5 tons of office equip per year and it has saved about $10 billion in landfill space.