Paper towels to save $1.5 billion over next five years

New York’s paper towels are about to get a boost as part of a new effort to save the city millions of dollars in the coming years.

The initiative, called “Permanent Paper Towels,” is being spearheaded by the Department of Finance and is expected to save New Yorkers an estimated $1 billion over the next five decades.

The goal is to make paper towels more environmentally friendly and make the process of buying and recycling them easier.

The new plan would help ensure the city is able to meet its environmental targets for 2030, 2020 and 2019.

For example, it would reduce the amount of trash it produces by 50 percent by 2020.

The paper towels would also be recycled.

The department is proposing to reduce its waste by 80 percent by 2030.

The plan is being developed with the help of more than 80 companies and organizations.

New York is the largest paper towel producer in the United States and is the nation’s largest producer of paper towels.

The state has about 6.4 million tons of paper towel produced annually, according to the Bureau of Reclamation.

The department hopes to reduce the number of tons of trash produced by the city by 50% by 2020 and then double the recycling rate by 2020, according a release from the department.

The goal would be achieved by 2020 through a combination of the following: Creating a new waste-management program that could be implemented immediately or over a longer time frame; Establishing a system of new, flexible recycling and composting facilities; Reintroducing a new recycling program that is tailored to the needs of New Yorkers; Installing new recycling facilities to reduce trash.

New Yorkers who wish to donate their used paper towels can do so through the New York Post, which will donate the paper towels to the New Jersey Chapter of the Sierra Club and the United Way of New York City.

New Yorkers can also donate them to the city’s Department of Water Supply, the city Department of Conservation and the city-run New York Times.

To get started, the department is offering $10 to those who donate paper towels, $25 to those donating paper towels at home and $35 to those in the New Year.

People who wish more information about the program can call 646-577-5275.