When you’re ready to get your recycling out of Newark, it’s time to call your local recycling centre

Newark has seen a surge in the amount of trash collected, as the city recovers from a devastating fire in April.

But if you’re not looking to fill your trash bins and go for a quick trip to the recycling centre, you might want to consider calling your local dumpster.

Newark’s Mayor Ras Baraka said the city is on track to have collected about 2.6 million tonnes of recyclable material from April to July this year, up from 2.1 million tonnes in the same period last year.

“We’ve gone from the lowest level we’ve ever had in the city’s history,” Baraka told BBC New York.

“But there’s a lot more garbage left to go to the landfill and we’re going to have to start sorting it, so it’s an ongoing issue.”

The mayor also noted that the number of people who have collected recycling in Newark was lower than average, which could explain why it’s now in a better position than other New York City boroughs.

“There’s no doubt in my mind that Newark is doing an excellent job,” Barakasaid.

“It’s not the same as the last five years when the city was getting in the dumps, and it’s a good reminder to be mindful and be diligent and that’s what I want to continue doing.”

New York’s trash problem New York was hit hard by the massive fire, which destroyed the iconic Rockefeller Center and the nearby New Jersey Turnpike and flooded the streets.

“In some ways, New York has had a really difficult time with the fire,” said New York Council member Daniel Kreisberg.

“A lot of people don’t have the luxury of having the resources that New York does to take care of their garbage and that has led to a lot of waste coming out of the city, not just from the trash itself but from other sources, from other communities,” he said.

“So the city has a really big issue there.”

But that’s not all New York is struggling with.

About 4.5 million tonnes were sent to the garbage dump in 2016, and the city reported an additional 4.7 million tonnes from January to June.

And New York State has a garbage problem too.

In January, the New York Times reported that the city had collected an additional 18.4 million tonnes over the previous year.

The New York Department of Environmental Conservation estimated that the amount was more than the city could use to build a garbage incinerator.

But the city still has a long way to go in recycling New York residents.

Baraka wants the city to have a recycling plan in place by the end of the year, which would require a large number of dumpsters in the area.

He says that would require an investment of at least $5 billion to $10 billion.

Barakass trash collection plan New York currently has about 8,000 dumpsters that can hold 1,000 tonnes of garbage per day.

According to Kreisburg, the city needs to double that number to about 10,000 to keep up with the demand.

“I think that’s going to be an important component of the garbage collection,” Kreisbur said.

The mayor said he has asked for proposals for a waste management plan that would include a program that would encourage the recycling of waste materials and other recyclables.

“The idea is that you’re going after the problem,” Barasay said.

New York city’s trash woes New York Mayor Andrew M. Cuomo announced a plan to clean up its trash in May, which included reducing the amount that could be dumped into the Hudson River.

Cuomo said at the time that he wants to see New York become a “world-class recycling centre”.

“We’re not just a dumping ground for New York garbage, but a dumping place for all of the trash that comes into New York,” Cuomo said.

Cuomo wants to increase the number and quality of the recyclability materials that are collected, and he has promised that New Yorkers will be able to recycle at least 80% of all recyclible materials.

But a major obstacle to that goal remains the trash.

“New York City is facing a significant collection challenge,” Kreinsberg said.

He added that New Jersey is also struggling with a large amount of waste, but that it has not been as successful in recycling.

“As we look at our recycling capacity, New Jersey and New York are really struggling,” Kreissberg said, adding that it’s hard to estimate how many New Yorkers might be collecting trash.

Kreisberger added that there has been no indication that the recycling program would result in increased waste collection.

“That’s the big thing, we’ve been looking at it, and I don’t think it’s been able to be proven to us that that’s really happening,” Kreischer said.

Barasak says the city should be able have the same recycling capacity as New Jersey.

“If we can’t get