Anonymous donation saves GrowNYC food waste compost program from closure, prevents more than 60 layoffs until June 30, 2024

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LOS ANGELES , December 14, 2023 (press release) –

New York City Council reports it received an anonymous donation to keep the GrowNYC food waste compost program operational until June 30, 2024.

The donation will also prevent the lay-offs of more than 60 GrowNYC employees. 

The New York City mayor's office previously proposed cutting the GrowNYC budget as part of mandatory city budget cuts, which drew harsh criticism from sanitation workers and local composting organizations.

Industry Intelligence editor's note: Information orginally published at Waste Today Magazine. To read the full article, click here



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