A pilot program, initially launched in parts of Brooklyn and Queens, aims for a 90 percent or more commercial waste reduction by 2030.
New York Times Magazine offers a comprehensive profile of AOE’s chief Executive Charles Vigliotti in “The Compost King of New York.”
American Organic Energy is poised to play a major role in New York State’s newly proposed commercial organic recycling requirement.
The New York State DEC has approved American Organic Energy’s permit to construct an innovative solid waste management facility at its Yaphank location.
The city will collect organic waste in Brooklyn and parts of Queens and transport it to American Organic Energy’s anaerobic digester facility in Yaphank.
The Citizens Budget Commission issued a report outlining areas of improvement in waste management and recommended steps toward rectifying these challenges.