Thursday, February 28, 2008
Dumpster company raises questions
Check this out:
"BIC regulates over 1,100 active licensees and registrants who operate waste removal businesses or conduct waste removal activities in the City of New York. Licensed carters are those carters who are legally permitted to collect and remove all types of waste, such as regular waste, recyclable materials, medical waste, and waste materials waste materials resulting from building demolition, construction, alteration, or excavation. Carters who solely remove waste materials resulting from building demolition, construction, alteration or excavation can obtain a registration from BIC. Businesses that remove their own waste and dispose at private transfer stations can also register with BIC as a self-hauler. Before conducting a waste removal business, the person or business must first apply for and obtain a license or registration from BIC."
It's funny, I looked at both the licensed list and the registered list and did not see KFIR Dumpster listed. Although I know I saw their name on one of the lists at one point. KFIR is owned by the developer and has a shady past and even left their dumpsters full of crap in the street. Yet the mayor's office is sending police to protect them when they should be sending someone to investigate them.