While uniformed men and women of the Department of Sanitation concentrate their efforts on city streets, the additional help of snow laborers allows for the quicker removal of snow in the areas pedestrians frequent.
What does DOS stand for?
DOS stands for Department of Sanitation (New York City)
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- Democratic Opposition of Serbia
- Demokratska Opozicija Srbije (Democratic Opposition of Serbia; Coalition of Democratic Political Serbian Parties)
- Denial Of Service (attack)
- Denied Originating Service
- Densité d'Occupation des Sols (French: Density Land Use; France and Canada)
- Density of States
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Samples in periodicals archive:
In an effort to reduce its garbage footprint, the New York City Department of Education has partnered with the Department of Sanitation to launch its Organic Waste Collection Program in the city's schools.
CEA Marcoule wishes to provide benefits update programs waste disposal projects of the Department of Sanitation Projects and Divestiture (DPAD) of maintenance checkups waste of these same projects Writing records management of waste in BNI or ICPE CEA or CEA external ICPE and writing acceptance level waste issues.
NEW YORK, May 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Hino Trucks, the world's leader in commercial hybrid truck technology, has brought its light-duty diesel hybrid cab-over (COE) to the US for the first time, providing its hybrid to the New York Department of Sanitation (DSNY).
The 45-year-old Culture Club singer was ordered to work for the Department of Sanitation after pleading guilty to falsely reporting a burglary at his lower Manhattan apartment.
Singer Boy George tried out a new look - a street sweeper's orange vest - as he began five days of community service with the New York City department of sanitation yesterday.
Boy George took to the streets of Manhattan as a Department of Sanitation worker wearing an orange vest, dark capri pants, shoes without socks, and without the wild makeup and androgynous style that made him so recognizable as the '80s icon who sang ``Karma Chameleon'' and ``Do You Really Want to Hurt Me?
Curbside material collected through a contract between the city of New Yorks Department of Sanitation Curbside Recycling Program and Potential Industries, Wilmington, Calif.