130 Varick Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11237

Bushwick

"waste transfer station" garbage trash

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Hi-Tech Resource Recovery is owned and operated by its parent company, Mr. T Carting, which runs a fleet of waste hauling vehicles and operates a waste container service.  Founded in 1947 by Thomas Joseph Toscano the company is now headed up by Peter Toscano and remains a family owned and operated business.

Contact Info
Facility Contact: Vincent Zambrotta, Vice President
Phone: 718-386-5750
Website: www.mrtcarting.com
NYSDEC Registration #: 24T73

 

Astoria Carting handles putrescible solid waste, the majority of which is destined for landfills.

Transfer or Disposal Destination, 2006[1]
In 2006 Hi-Tech Resource Recovery handled 120,708 tons of material; this sum represents approximately 1% of all the waste moved through transfer stations in New York City.

Material

Amount (tons)

Facility Name

Location

Putrescible Solid Waste

5,833

Town of Huntington

Huntington, NY

Putrescible Solid Waste

61,544

BFI Poland

Lowellville, OH

Putrescible Solid Waste

408

BFI King & Queen

Little Plymouth, VA

Putrescible Solid Waste

2,013

Greenridge Waste

Scottsdale, PA

Putrescible Solid Waste

669

Keystone LF

Dunmore, PA

Putrescible Solid Waste

3,889

Apex Landfill

Amsterdam, OH

Putrescible Solid Waste

118

King & Queen LF

Richmond, VA

Putrescible Solid Waste

4,457

Brunswick LF

Lawrenceville, VA

Putrescible Solid Waste

14,067

American Ref-Fuel

Chester, PA

Putrescible Solid Waste

319

Westmoreland WWLLC

Belle Vernon, PA

Putrescible Solid Waste

18,537

Atlantic Waste Disposal

Waverly, VA

Putrescible Solid Waste

5,715

IESI Blue Ridge

Scotland, PA

Wood

331

Waste Management NY

?

Metal

1,281

LJS Scrap Metal

Oceanside, NY

Metal

205

Dependable Scrap

Queens, NY

Corrugated Cardboard

31

Millennium Fibers

Valley Stream, NY

Corrugated Cardboard

44

Cellmark

?

Corrugated Cardboard

176

Louis Monteleone Fibers

Bronx, NY

Corrugated Cardboard

156

Eagle

?

 

  1. Hi-Tech Resource Recovery "Facility Annual Report, 2006". Filed with NYSDEC.  Numbers may not add up because of differences in the way tonnages are accounted for, e.g. scale weight vs. truck count, or because the records are incomplete.

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