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It’s Back – The NYC Waste & Recycling Safety Symposium

Action is pleased to once again take part in the NYC Waste & Recycling Safety Symposium. This Safety Symposium promises to be a highly engaging event for all attendees—workers, managers, advocates, and city representatives. Leaders from the private carting industry, SWANA, and the New York City Business Integrity Commission are pleased to announce a Second […]

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Taking Time to Recognize Our Veterans!

Today we stop and say thank you to all who have served and currently serve our country. Many of our employees are former members of the military, and many have military members in their family. It’s just a little something to show our gratitude for all that they have done for this country. With that […]

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Sporting Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

As you know October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which is an annual campaign to increase awareness of the disease. Did you know that about 1 in 8 U.S. women will develop invasive breast cancer over the course of her lifetime? While most people are aware of breast cancer, many forget to take the steps […]

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New York State Law – Slow Down to Get Around

This past September New York Governor Andrew Cuomo passed into law Senate Bill 4268, also known as Slow Down to Get Around. The new law requires motorist to slow down and proceed with caution when passing waste and/or recycling vehicles making collections. Drivers who fail to do so could face penalties. The law was established […]

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Help Us Finish Strong!

This September we were on a mission to raise support and awareness for the Childhood Cancer Fund Hope & Heroes. We are proud to partner with Hope & Heroes in helping local children and their families in their fight against cancer. Hope and Heroes funds the life-saving work on childhood cancer and blood disorders at […]

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Hope and Heroes Patient Story: Cody Hanlon

           Patient Stories Childhood Cancer Awareness Month Cody Hanlon Giving you an up-close look at the impact that the Hope and Heroes organization and Columbia University Medical Center has on the children it treats in the tri-state. Cody Hanlon was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia at the age of nine. He was […]

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Hope and Heroes Patient Story: Clare Emily Watkins

           Patient Stories Childhood Cancer Awareness Month Clare Emily Watkins Giving you an up-close look at the impact that the Hope and Heroes organization and Columbia University Medical Center has on the children it treats in the tri-state. Clare Emily Watkins was diagnosed with Osteosarcoma, a bone cancer, in August 2007 at […]

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Hope and Heroes Patient Story: Hank Ford

             Patient Stories Childhood Cancer Awareness Month Hank Ford Giving you an up-close look at the impact that the Hope and Heroes organization and Columbia University Medical Center has on the children it treats in the tri-state. Hank Ford was born with cancer. At just three  weeks old, he began treatment […]

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With Your Support,There Is So Much We Can Do!

See how your generous gift can make an impact to the kids of the Hope and Heroes organization. Donation Equivalencies      A donation of $25 can Support a child’s milestone celebration, such as birthdays and end-of-treatment Provide meals for a family with great need Supply character band-aids for patients to choose from after any […]

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Hope and Heroes Patient Story: Emerson Riter

           Patient Stories Childhood Cancer Awareness Month Emerson Riter Giving you an up-close look at the impact that the Hope and Heroes organization and Columbia University Medical Center has on the children it treats in the tri-state. Emerson Riter was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia when she was two years old. She […]

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