‘Economic tsunami’: US cities and states hit by Covid-19 face dire budget cuts

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State and local governments facing deep shortfalls wrestle with the devastating economic impact of the coronavirus

Every day, New Yorkers throw out 10,000 tons of trash – a third of which is food and yard scraps that could skip the incinerators and landfills and be turned into compost.

Over the last several years, a curbside pick-up program allowed New Yorkers to compost their food and yard scraps by putting them in a brown bin from the city that would be picked up just like trash.

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