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Table 9.VI.A

New York City (NYC)
Department of Sanitation
Service Indicators

 
     
 

Critical Objectives:

  • Increase street and sidewalk cleanliness and the number of cleaned vacant lots.
  • Clear snow from city streets and roadways.
  • Collect and dispose of household and institutional refuse.
  • Remove and process recyclable materials.
  • Minimize the environmental impact of waste transfer stations on city neighborhoods and residents.
 
    Fiscal Year  
  2007 2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
 
  Streets rated acceptably clean (%)
94.30%
95.7%
95.8%
95.3%
94.5%
95.5%
94.5%
 
  Sidewalks rated acctably clean (%)
N/A
N/A
97.3%
97.2%
96.7%
96.3%
96.1%
 
  Violations issued for dirty sidewalks
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
35,407
28,690
 
  Violations issued for illegal posting
N/A
N/A
30,797
66,917
41,286
30,512
16,182
 
  Tons of refuse disposed
(000)
3,491.4
3,441.3
3,306.7
3,308.4
3,261.2
3,269.5
3,262.8
 
  Tons per day disposed
11,561
11,433
10,986
10,991
10,385
10,826
10,876
 
  Recycled tons per day
5,438
6,160
5,394
3,779
3,944
2,065
N/A
 
  Recycling summonses issued
149,267
153,432
159,927
122,010
65,578
75,216
65,017
 
  Number of
chlorofluorocarbon/freon
recoveries
83,654
49,043
34,327
30,482
23,008
17,270
N/A
 
  Snow overtime
($000)
$21,140
$6,124
$16,874
$36,717
$62,354
$7,185
N/A
 
     
  N/A: Not Available  
 


Source:
NYC Mayor's Management Report

 

 

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