New York City, New Jersey, and Vermont have the highest garbage plate sizes

A new report released Wednesday by the Urban Institute shows New York, New York (NYC), and Vermont (VT) have the most garbage plates in the U.S. Each of the three states has at least one garbage plate, and New York has more than half of the nation’s plates.

In addition to New York’s 2.3 million garbage plates, Vermont has 1.6 million, and Pennsylvania has 1 million.

But as the number of plates increases, the plates themselves get smaller and smaller.

That’s because the plates have to fit in the garbage can or trash can, and that means the number needed to fit them increases.

The new report also finds that the majority of Americans live in either rural or urban areas.

In those rural areas, the average plate size is 2.7 inches wide and 0.4 inches thick.

In cities, the plate size varies by as much as 20 percent.

So, even if you live in an area that is considered the “metropolitan area” or “urban area,” you are more likely to find yourself in a garbage plate than you are in a city.

The study also found that the number and type of vehicles in an urban area has a significant effect on the number or type of plates that are available.

The largest percentage of vehicles on the road are trucks and SUVs.

These types of vehicles are more common than large vans or pickups.

The Urban Institute report also shows that people in urban areas are less likely to have any kind of trash receptacles or waste receptacles.

These facilities can be found on streets, sidewalks, and parks.

These are where people typically dump trash and recyclables, and they are not required to have a trash plate.

They can also be found at other public facilities like school facilities and day care centers.

It is not just the size of the plate that determines whether a person will have one.

The amount of garbage, along with the type of trash, can also affect the amount of plates available.

A large vehicle can often fill up a garbage receptacle, while a small vehicle can fill up trash cans or plastic bags.

But if a garbage can can is full, a plate can be less convenient, the Urban Report says.

Another problem with the study is that there are no nationwide statistics on garbage plates.

Some states have different rates for the plate sizes of different areas, but there is no national standard for garbage plates for the United States.

In Vermont, for example, plates can range from 2.5 inches wide to more than 4 inches in thickness.

It seems that, with these plates, the number required to fit the plates is increasing.

In the new report, the institute said that a typical plate size of 2.2 inches is “the highest plate size in the United State,” and a plate size greater than 5.1 inches “is considered among the highest plate sizes in the country.”

It’s a trend that has been observed for decades.

In 2010, the American Association of State and Territorial Environmental Administrators (AAESEA) issued a report that noted that the average size of a garbage collection plate in the nation was 2.8 inches wide.

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