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What happens to NYC’s 3.2 million tons of trash

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Narrator: This is just three days’ worth of trash — most coming from New York City. And that claw is taking it to
be burned into electricity. But we’re not actually in New
York City — we’re in Jersey.

Patricia Earls: Once the garbageman comes and picks it up, you don’t think anymore about it. But it has a long way to go after that.

Narrator: None of New Yorkers’ waste is processed in the city. Instead, it ends up as far away as Ohio, Pennsylvania, and even South Carolina. So getting trash details ⇒

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