Tuesday, August 7, 2012 | Categories: Features |
No one knows for certain who's doing it, or where it's all going. But lately, mountains of cardboard have been disappearing from the streets of New York City.
There are some who suspect it can only be the work of criminal masterminds.
David Biderman is a lawyer who works with the National Solid Waste Management Association. We reached him in Washington, D.C.