Once garbage reaches landfills, garbage carriers dump it at the base of the landfill before they crawl into place and cover to prevent birds from biting it. If the destination is an incinerator, garbage is burned while emissions are released through the chimney. The New York metropolitan area, which includes the 5 boroughs, Long Island, the Hudson Valley, northern and central New Jersey, western Connecticut and northeastern Pennsylvania, has more than 26 million residents within its boundaries. Around towns, cities, and townships in New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, and Pennsylvania, a fleet of garbage trucks deploy through neighborhoods on an almost daily basis, collecting garbage from homes, businesses, government buildings, schools, and more.
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