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DC’s Recycling Woes: What’s Next?

DC’s Zero Waste Initiative is a big zero. The District’s goal of 80% waste diversion remains largely aspirational, Capital Community News’s Spotlight Investigation has...

Are Curbside Recyclables Actually Recycled?

Before dawn, the concrete tipping floor at Fort Totten Transfer Station in Northeast DC is quiet, and mostly cleared. It is basically an empty...

Join The Great Ward 6 Clean Up April 2

It's the great Ward 6 Clean Up! Let's do some spring cleaning here at home. Join Councilmember Charles Allen (D) and your neighbors to pitch...

What’s Open and What’s Closed for Juneteenth?

On Thursday, June 17, President Joe Biden (D) signed a bill making Friday, June 18 a federal holiday, Juneteenth National Independence Day. The District will...

War against Rats Shifts to Residential Trash

Department of Health (DOH) Program Manager for Rodent and Vector Control Gerard Brown says he has been receiving photographs from across the District, showing...
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