Brooklyn CB6 Organics Collection Survey
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Are you a resident of one of these neighborhoods?
If not, where do you live?
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How aware are you of the Organics Collection Program?
Did you recycle your organic waste before the program launched? (Did you separate out materials such as food scraps, yard waste, and food soiled paper from your other trash?)
Did you start to recycle your organic waste after the program launched?
Do you think the government should start to enforce the collection of Organic Waste?
If you ARE participating in the Organics Program:
What convinced you to recycle organic waste? Check all that apply.
How satisfied are you with the program?
What do you like about it?
Your answer
What don't you like about it?
Your answer
How would you improve the program?
Your answer
How often do you leave your Organics outside for collection?
If you ARE NOT participating in the Organics Program:
Why don't you participate? Check all that apply.
Are you aware of any local drop-off sites? (Including Greenmarkets, Farmers' Markets, etc.)
Do you bring your organic waste to your local drop-off site?
If not, would you want to do so eventually?
To what extent do you think your neighbors participate in the program?
For our records, we ask for your demographic information:
What is your gender identification?
What is you racial or ethnic identification?
Age
Approximate Household Income
Do you rent or own your home?
Does anyone in your household have a car?
Resources
If you are interested in finding your local drop-off site, click here:
http://www1.nyc.gov/assets/dsny/docs/nyc-food-scrap-drop-off-sites.pdf

If you are interested in looking up your local organics collection schedule, finding out which neighborhoods are participating, or for more information about the Organics Collection program, click here:
http://www1.nyc.gov/nyc-resources/service/2165/organics-collection-program

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