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Solid Waste Transfer Station - Nonputrescible

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City Sanitation, Department of

All non-putrescible solid waste transfer stations require a Non-Putrescible Solid Waste Transfer Station Permit in order to operate and must operate in compliance with all applicable rules and regulations, per Sections 4-01 through 4-18 of Title 16 of the Rules of the City of New York.



A Non-Putresicble Solid Waste Transfer Station, also known as a Construction and Demolition Transfer Station, is a facility that accepts non-putrescible solid waste.

Non-putrescible waste consists of waste that does not contain organic matter having the tendency to decompose and create odors. Most construction and demolition waste is considered non-putrescible. Non- Putrescible waste includes but is not limited to dirt, earth, plaster, concrete, rock, rubble, slag, ashes, waste timber, lumber, plexiglass, fiberglass, ceramic tiles, asphalt, sheetrock, tar paper, tree stumps, wood, window frames, metal, steel, glass, plastic pipes, plastic tubes, rubber hoses, rubber tubes, electric wires, electric cables, paper, cardboard

NYC Department of Sanitation (DSNY)

Address
Bureau of Legal Affairs


125 Worth Street, Room 708




New York NY 10013

For further assistance, please call 311 and ask for: Department of Sanitation Information

NYC Department of Sanitation (DSNY)

Address
Permit and Inspection Unit


125 Worth Street, Room 723




New York NY 10013
Phone 646-885-5027

For further assistance, please call 311 and ask for: Department of Sanitation Information

NYC Business Integrity Commission (BIC)

Address
Licensing Center


100 Church Street, 20th Floor




New York NY 10007
Phone (212) 437-0555
Fax (646)-500-7096
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