Does Cake Boss Recycle?

Cake Boss generates mounds of garbage!

We already know that Cake Boss recycles his cooking greasebecause that’s required by law.

However, Hoboken411 reader Patrick thinks they have another issue with the rest of their refuse.

“Hit The Taco Truck tonight after happy hour and took a picture of the pile of garbage behind Cake Boss Carlo’s Bakery from just one day!

Carlo’s makes millions and millions of dollars and the city of Hoboken (all of us taxpayers) pays to dispose of all their food scraps because they don’t recycle it into mulch. Meanwhile, the Taco Truck, little guy next door, does the right thing and makes sure their food scraps are picked up twice per week for recycling (I asked them today while in there).

I know I’m a fan of recycling, being green if reasonable, but I just find it annoying that taxpayers subsidize the Cake Boss, especially when all this emphasis on single stream recycling saving the city money is being spoken of!”

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7 Comments on "Does Cake Boss Recycle?"

QJ201
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QJ201

Does Buddy spend on dime on anything but himself and his tacky nouveau riche bourgeoisie guinea gauche lifestyle? These people are NOT from Hoboken, they just own a business here. They all live in McMansions in North Jersey.

manolo
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manolo

Aren’t food businesses required to have their own bin in the back for private pickup?
If not should be policy.

mooshu
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mooshu

Um, these “fans” wait on ridiculously long lines by choice. They know that at some point they’ll have to pee, and Carlo’s isn’t a parade. So no need for the potties.

Let them hold it in, or pee on premises. No sympathy from me.

Homeontherange
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Homeontherange

When new to Hoboken, first time I saw the lines I assumed there was a lottery for concert tickets for Bob Jovi or some such activity going on.
Why else would so many wait so long?
Can’t blame the cake boss ,have waited on many lines myself & Know I need to be responsible for my personal choices & needs.
Expect these folks are the sign of the times, Reality today is Unrealistic expectations.
[quote comment=”208433″]Um, these “fans” wait on ridiculously long lines by choice. They know that at some point they’ll have to pee, and Carlo’s isn’t a parade. So no need for the potties.Let them hold it in, or pee on premises. No sympathy from me.[/quote]

stk4life
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stk4life

recycling all this food waste into mulch is simple. all they have to do is separate it into those yellow/green garbage can toters & sign up for weekly pickup service. the food scraps are turned into garden mulch. the taco truck does this, and they don’t make millions and millions of dollars like the cake boss does.

right now us taxpayers pay for the cake boss to just throw it all away!

freewheelin
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I also think it’s time for the city to tell Carlo’s to set up some porta-potties! Where the hell do all of these people go to the bathroom while they’re standing on line for hours? With Barnes & Noble closed they have no place with easy access to rest rooms and they have to find some other place to do their business, so they probably find some restaurant that they have no intention of eating in. This business takes and takes from Hoboken but gives nothing back and doesn’t even bother to police itself or cleaning up the mess these tourists leave behind!

LobstaGirl
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LobstaGirl

No to Porta-Potties on the Street!! This is not a one time event and why should the partrons of the city be subject to the unsightly Porta-Potties? How about this brilliant idea, Carlos should HAVE to provide restrooms to all the idiots that wait on the streets? Maybe sublet the old B&N and use it just for restrooms! Isn’t this considered Loitering especially that it is day after day? How about they move to some strip mall down Rt. 17 into suburbia where the facilities can provide adequate bathrooms, line accomodation and stupidity……When does it become to much and how about they recycle themselves right out of town.[quote comment=”208417″]I also think it’s time for the city to tell Carlo’s to set up some porta-potties! Where the hell do all of these people go to the bathroom while they’re standing on line for hours? With Barnes & Noble closed they have no place with easy access to rest rooms and they have to find some other place to do their business, so they probably find some restaurant that they have no intention of eating in. This business takes and takes from Hoboken but gives nothing back and doesn’t even bother to police itself or cleaning up the mess these tourists leave behind![/quote]

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