Mid Summer Electronics Recycling in Manhattan

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Bring your Sigg to keep hydrated, your hat to keep the sun off and your rejected electronics to keep the landfills uncluttered and and visit the Lower Eastside Ecology Center’s latest recycling events this weekend: Saturday July 24, 2010 | 10:00am - 4:00pm Essex Street, on the east side of Essex St btwn Hester St and Grand St, New York, [...] Read More

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Making the most of our temporary exile in Brooklyn, I visited the new Richard Meier building on Prospect Park today and was quite impressed by the light and the airy feeling of the apartments complimented by the stunning city and park views everywhere.  Compared to Manhattan prices for a new, celebrity architect designed construction, the prices per [...] Read More

THE FIRST LEED CERTIFIED ACADEMIC LABORATORY BUILDING IN NYC

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It’s a must see! I saw it yesterday and I am just wowed!  The Cooper Union’s new building at 41 Cooper Square is even more astonishing to behold inside than outside.  Built around a 9 story atrium with a stunning lattice-like enveloping shield representing the unification of the 3 Cooper Union schools, the new building expects [...] Read More

Green Light for Earth Day and Electronics Recycling

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In commemoration of Earth Day, April 22, 2010, The Lower East Side Ecology Center (www.lesecologycenter.org ) in conjunction with Con Ed and 6 electronics manufacturers is collecting used electronics for recycling. You can bring any working or non-working computer, monitors, printer, scanner, keyboards, mice, cables, TVs, VCR, DVD players, audio/visual equipment, phones and PDAs to [...] Read More