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The city’s war on rats continues

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(New York, New York) – Typically you can walk around the streets of Manhattan and find trash bags laid out on the street with rats crawling through them as they’re waiting to be picked up. But this will all change soon, on Monday, New York City Mayor Eric Adams unveiled a new must use trash bin.  Starting Nov. 12th, landlords of residential buildings under 10 units will be required to put all their trash bags in bins manufactured by North Carolina company, Otto. They bin have secure latches. The Adams’ administration says this move will keep the streets cleaner, and weed down the rat population. 

There are plans down the road for residential buildings with 10 to 30 units to also be required to use the official bins.

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