(January 15, 2013) WNYC reports that "the destruction from Sandy is expected to leave more than 12 million cubic yards of debris in New York state and New Jersey. The vast majority of it will be taken to landfills." WNYC's reporter, Alec Hamilton, spoke with demolition crews and C&D reuse experts about the clean up from Hurricane Sandy. Listen to the report, including interviews with Justin Green (Build It Green!NYC) and Angie Green (The Green Project in New Orleans).
Hamilton notes that "of the 4.3 million cubic yards picked up in New York State so far, less than 3% has been diverted. The rest is considered construction and demolition, or C&D material." Listen here: