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Action Environmental to Participate in NWRA’s National Safety Stand Down

Participation in the stand down means that Action Environmental Group has joined with waste and recycling companies across the country to commit to: 1. Conducting a risk assessment at job sites and review safety policies and procedures for backing. 2. Review company policies, procedures, consider enhancements, and then training employees on any changes. 3. Posting […]

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Action Environmental Proudly Supports Chelsea Piers Green Initiative

Drive along New York City’s West Side Highway and you are sure to come across the NYC gem that is Chelsea Piers. This place provides many New Yorkers with a year round outlet for healthy recreation and athletic competition. Stop by this 28-acre waterfront Sports & Entertainment Complex for a quick pick- up game of […]

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Single Stream Recycling Program

By now you have probably herd of single stream or commingled recycling. But what is it exactly? How does it work? Is it better then dual stream recycling? Here we have answered all of your questions about single stream recycling. What is Single Stream Recycling? Single stream recycling is the system in which all recyclable […]

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2016 NYC New Year’s Eve Street Closures

Action Environmental Group Wishes You A Happy And Healthy New Year! We wanted to take this time to not only thank you for being a customer but also inform you of the street closures that will take place in Manhattan due to the New Year’s Eve celebration. In a notice from the Business Integrity Commission […]

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Composting | What It Is, Why You Should, and How to Compost

According to the EPA “food waste is the second largest category of municipal solid waste (MSW) sent to landfills in the United States…that is over 30 million tons of food waste that the U. S. sends to the landfills each year. The majority of these organics takes a long, fossil fuel-powered trip to the landfill. […]

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10 Ways to Throw an Eco-Friendly Holiday Party

Holiday parties are typically filled with food, drinks, fun and laughter. Everyone gets together to celebrate the season and have a good time. But many times the waste that these parties produce is no cheerful matter. There are things you can do to cut down waste and throw and environmentally friendly holiday party. So, whether […]

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North Jersey mayor makes recycling a priority

North Arlington Mayor Joseph Bianchi has announced a major initiative in the borough regarding recycling. In order to support North Arlington’s efforts to increase its recycling tonnage, the mayor announced that the borough has applied for an NJDEP Bonus Recycling Grant. If successful, these grant funds will be used to promote recycling in public places […]

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