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State proposes Indian Point shutdown in warm months

Thinking of going for a dip in the Hudson River? Think again

Hudson River sampling shows pollution persists

Hudson River report: Swimmers need info before wading in

Report: Hudson not always safe for swimming

Riverkeeper’s Annual Water Quality Report Finds Goal of Swimmable Hudson has not been Attained — Increased Regulations, Infrastructure Investment, Water Testing and Pollution Enforcement Needed

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Tina Posterli, 516-526-9371, tposterli@riverkeeper.org 23% of Water Samples and 61% of Sample Sites Fail to Meet EPA Safe Swimming Guidelines OSSINING, NY – July 17, 2014 – Riverkeeper today released “How’s the Water? 2014” its third report summarizing the state of the Hudson River for swimming. The report shows that many locations in the Hudson River are failing to meet federally recommended guidelines for safe swimming, and will continue to do so without new regulations, increased investments in infrastructure, upgrades to state water quality standards and […] Learn More

New York State Board Approves Reduced $256 Million Loan for Tappan Zee Project

Riverkeeper Denounces Deal to Pay for Basic Bridge Construction Work with Clean Water Funds

Statement by Paul Gallay, President and Hudson Riverkeeper: Learn More

Environmental groups urge no to gov’s unusual bridge financing request

Westchester officials oppose loan for new Tappan Zee Bridge