New Community has implemented recycling initiatives across its roughly 2,000 units of affordable housing and recently participated in the City of Newark’s Inaugural Recycling Summit as a testament to the progress made so far. Frances Teabout, director of mission at NCC, and Samuel Gebreyesus, asset manager for NCC’s property management, presented at the conference, which was held at the Rutgers-Newark Paul Robeson Center and drew advocates of sustainability from across the region. NCC first launched the recycling initiative in its senior and disabled adult buildings and expanded to include family housing complexes. Specifically in the senior buildings, residents who serve as floor captains help remind their neighbors and enforce recycling, said Richard Cammarieri, NCC director of special projects, who also attended the summit.
NCC At Newark’s Inaugural Recycling Summit
- Post author:Michelle Lang
- Post published:July 30, 2015
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