Selldorf Architects’ Sunset Park Material Recovery Facility | Architectural Record


Garbage is a big part of life in New York: the metropolis generates 11,000 tons of waste every 24 hours. From receptacles to bags to trucks, trash is part of the tableau of almost every street on any given day. What it is, how much there is, and where it goes is becoming an increasingly big business—one that not only affects the economy but also quality of life.

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