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Companies developing facilities on publicly-owned docks and wharves or developing solid waste recycling facilities can access triple tax-exempt bond financing. Reductions in mortgage recording and sales taxes may also be available. Private companies developing transportation or related facilities located on docks and wharves or solid waste recycling facilities are eligible to use triple tax-exempt bonds to finance the construction, renovation and equipping costs associated with these projects. Recycling companies may also be able to use triple tax-exempt bond financing for site acquisition.
A city, state, and federally-supported economic development and consulting organization. ITAC is a 21 year old company that has provided productivity, profitability and growth solutions to over 2000 New York City manufacturing and technology companies. ITAC's mission is to help companies start, stay and thrive in the five boroughs. Areas of expertise include Entrepreneurship; Strategic & Business Planning; Sales & Marketing; Human Resources & Training; Lean Manufacturing; Plant Layout & Relocation Support; Sustainability: Business Mentoring & Coaching; Financial Management & Strategy; Information Systems & Quality / ISO [International Standards Organization]; Technology Commercialization; and Waste Management. ITAC offers Assessments and provides general recommendations on a no- or low-fee basis. More extensive services are available for a fee.

NYC  WasteMatch is a free service, created and funded by the NYC Department of Sanitation, which facilitates the exchange of used and surplus goods and equipment from organizations that no longer need them to other entities that do.

NYC WasteMatch keeps valuable resources out of the waste stream while offering clients an opportunity to save money and lower their environmental impact. Our clients include New York City businesses, nonprofit organizations, and government agencies.

The Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization (OSDBU) develops - in collaboration with the Director of the Office of Acquisition Management Division (OAM), the Office of Administration and Resources Management (OARM), and EPA senior-level officials - programs to stimulate and improve the involvement of small business, minority business, labor surplus areas and women-owned business enterprises in the overall EPA procurement process. The OSDBU is also responsible for establishing policy and providing procedural guidance for the utilization of small, minority and women-owned businesses under the Agency
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