Mayor Recommits to Recycling With an Ambitious 20-Year Pact

The Bloomberg administration plans to announce today that it will sign a 20-year contract with one of the nation's largest recycling companies, a move that assures the city's broad recommitment to recycling. The most ambitious component of the plan is the construction of a $45 million plant on the Brooklyn waterfront to recycle all the city's residential metal, glass and plastic, officials who have been briefed on the contract said yesterday.

By IAN URBINA

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