Monday, November 28, 2011

Recycling NY government waste

A New York assemblyman is seeking to make sure the state's old but usable furniture, cars and electronics aren't tossed out. Assemblyman James Tedisco  of Schenectady is introducing a bill that would require state agencies to determine if the material could be sold on the Internet. Earlier this year Tedisco's bill to reduce paperwork in the Legislature was passed after he placed papers more than 2 feet thick for a single day's session on his desk to prove the point.

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