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Topic - Caswell Holloway Iv
New York Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg has ramped up his regulatory push in his final days of office and has a new endeavor — another one — to bring about a city filled with healthy people: food waste recycling.
Deputy Mayor Caswell Holloway IV said in a New York Times article that Mr. Bloomberg's office is in the process of hiring a composting plant that's capable of processing up to 100,000 tons of food waste each year.