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Earth Week 2016

Today marks a very important day for us as a recycling company, as a business, and as residents of this planet. It’s Earth Day!

Each year on April 22 we celebrate the anniversary of an environmental movement that began over 45 years ago.


Action CEO Ron Bergamini Presents at Green Festival NYC

This past weekend our CEO Ron Bergamini spoke to the crowd at the 2016 Green Festival at the Jacob Javits Center in New York City.

The topic was “The State Of Recycling” and how the industry is changing. Ron highlighted the ever changing markets and how that can affect how we as a society recycle waste.


Our Long & Interesting History With NYC’s Starrett-Lehigh Building

The Starrett-Lehigh building is one of Manhattan’s largest and premier landmark properties with a history of attracting world-class creative companies and elite brands. If you were to walk through the 2.3 million square foot building today you would see their A-list collection of tenants from internationally renowned designers, to multimedia agencies, to upcoming photographers and artists. The open layout and expansive raw office space is ideal for the creative community to thrive. The building is an integral part of the West Chelsea landscape and we are proud to have worked with them for so many years.


Action Revisits With Environmental Club

To celebrate the start of Spring, we stopped by I.S. 151 in the Bronx to meet with their environmental club.

Action sales rep Vincenzo spoke with the environmental club about the importance of recycling and how it effects the planet. He also explained in detail the steps recycling goes through from its collection at the curb to the final steps at our MRF.


Action Visits The Kips Bay Boys And Girls Club To Talk Recycling

Yesterday we had the pleasure of visiting the Kips Bay Boys and Girls club located in the Bronx.

We were greeted by a number of member’s ages 6-9 years old. The purpose of our visit was to discuss the importance of recycling and how it effects our planet. Action CEO, Ron Bergamini spoke with the kids and explained what common items they should recycle and what these items can be recycled into.


What do Plastic Recycling Symbols Mean?

You’ve seen them before. The little number surrounded by triangle arrows on the bottom of your shampoo bottle and other plastic items. But what do they mean? You know you should recycle your plastic items but have you been recycling them properly? Let’s learn what recycling symbols mean.