NEW YORK In a potential crackdown on how restaurants handle grease, New York City officials plan to investigate how authorities enforce regulations on the collection and disposal of the common foodservice waste, the New York Sun reported this week. The city’s Environmental Protection Committee has reportedly scheduled a hearing for later this month to examine the effectiveness of the laws. The inquiry figures into a larger investigation into the causes of the flooding that shut down ...
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