• Welcome back to daylight - The Wish List
  • NYC Unknowns
  • Working in the Snow
  • Night Plow 2016-2017 DSNY Family Weekly V45
  • Superintendents DSNY Family Weekly V39
  • Night Plow 2016-2017 Recapped
  • 16-118(2) Dirty Sidewalk or Area
  • Is Winter Over?
  • WTC Patch
    Where were you September 11, 2001?
  • Supervisor
    March 2011
  • Danny and Wilson
    Thursdays in Q6
  • Mock Snow Storm 2011
  • Feeding the meter.
  • Clerks DSNY Family Weekly V31
  • GU DSNY Family Weekly V40
  • New Sanitation Workers DSNY Family Weekly 28
  • Fiat
  • You still coming in?
  • Sesame Street: Garbageman's Blues Song
  • Chiefs DSNY Family Weekly V41
  • Citizens Budget Commission
  • Shop Stewards DSNY Family Weekly V35
  • Hooks DSNY Family V32
  • Neil J. Connelly Retired Sanitation Worker SI01
  • A World of Cans and Baskets
  • Chasing Sanitation
    New York's Strongest (via everydaytrash)
  • DSNY Layoffs
  • Long Day Q6 Saturday 62 section
  • O'Neil Gill Sanitation Worker QW9
  • 1996 Blizzard
    DSNY Family Weekly V2
  • Decorative Dumpster Day 2011 (via everydaytrash)
  • Construction or hiking boot?
  • December 26, 2010 Blizzard “What went wrong?”
  • To Be or Not to Be DSNY Family Weekly V44
  • Supervisors going out town 🙁
  • February’s “Top Stories”
  • Roll Calls DSNY Family Weekly V33
  • Sundays
  • Sam doing collection
    The Beginnings
  • Montague Taylor Sr. Retired Supervisor Fresh Kills
  • The New/Old Q1
  • Dealing with fatigue
  • Mechanics DSNY Family Weekly V23
  • Anders Updale Sr. Retired Supervisor BWD Freshkills
  • Retro, Medical, and Bloomberg's violation of the Taylor Law...
  • Brian Campbell Retired Sanitation Worker Fresh Kills
  • The List
  • Teamwork or Mutiny DSNY Family Weekly V42
  • Evaluations, should you be concern?
  • 8-4 Garage Supervisor DSNY Family V34
  • Roll Call Then and Now
  • Supervisor
    Taking the Badge Supervisor Edition
  • Happy New Year DSNY 2017
  • Welcome to 2017
  • Supervisor
    Supervisors take a shellacking:(
  • It's a Family Affair
  • WTC Patch
    Theodore Feaser Retired Director Fresh Kills
  • Its time to knock out some Manholes
  • DSNY 911 In Remembrance
  • Sam doing collection
    I Never Believed This Was Possible - But Now I Do
  • Fix it! DSNY Family Weekly V48
  • Payrolls 101 Keeping Track of Pay
  • DSNY Tags
    All we are, is a number.
  • Bob Cat DSNY Family Weekly V40
  • November 2014
  • What is 2018 going to bring?
  • Long Winter 2000-2001
  • Snow in NYC: Reality and Wishfulness
  • Night Plow Starts
  • Lingo DSNY Family Weekly V25
  • Let the Games Begin
  • http://www.nydailynews.com/archives
    Baby Destiny Hope Samantha Doe
  • John Orozco with Michelle Obama
    DSNY Family Summer 2012
  • In my world.
  • S/W Ralph the Wolf & Supervisor Sam the Sheep Dog
  • Facebook and YouTube Funnies 4
  • Supervisor
    Field Officer versus Section Officer
  • AWOL
  • Lonnie L. Mills Retired Sanitation Worker Greenpoint MTS
  • Trials DSNY Family V29
  • Routes DSNY Family Weekly V30
  • 91,000+ Apply for a chance to be a Sanitation Worker
    October 2014
  • Thanksgiving DSNY Family Weekly V46
  • Sam doing collection
    20 Years and Counting
  • The Great Exodus
  • Why Retire?
  • My Top Ten Moments in my first 20 years
  • Sad day in Snowville 🙁

FRESH KILLS LANDFILL CLOSURE

Fresh Kills Landfill – Wikipedia

The Fresh Kills Landfill was a landfill covering 2,200 acres (890 ha) in the New York City borough of Staten Island in the United States. The name comes from the landfill’s location along the banks of the Fresh Kills estuary in western Staten Island.[1] The landfill was opened in 1947 as a temporary landfill but became New York City’s principal landfill in the second half of the 20th century. It was once the largest landfill, as well as human-made structure, in the world.[2][3]


freshkills_park_logo

Join Group

SWM Active/Retired DSNY Family Group