New York is in the process of making a major switch from piles of trash bags to a more contained collection system in an effort to mitigate rodent issues. This includes a new containerization requirement for commercial establishments, a pending requirement for residential locations and an upcoming pilot at the New York City Housing Authority, among other initiatives. This webinar helps you understand how the city is drawing on international examples as well as how containerization trends are progressing in other areas.

  • Cole Rosengren

    Lead Editor, Waste Dive

    Cole Rosengren is a lead editor at Waste Dive and Packaging Dive and has been with Industry Dive sin...
  • Clare Miflin

    Founder, ThinkWoven

    Clare is a circular systems thinker with over 20 years of experience as an architect in NYC. In 2017...
  • Diego Barberena

    CEO, WasteTech

    Diego Barberena worked for over 2 decades in architecture. He has a Master of Science in Advanced Ar...

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