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Budget Agreement: $200 million in Drinking Water and Sewer Infrastructure Grants

New program to provide critical assistance to local communities statewide. Learn More

Pipeline project review at issue

NY Environmental Groups Want $800M For Water Projects

NY environmental groups urge $800M for water projects

Communities Need $12.7 Billion in State Aid to Protect Clean Water

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For Immediate Release: March 5, 2015 CONTACTS Riverkeeper: Cliff Weathers: 914-478-4501 x239 NYLCV Jordan Levine: 212-361-6350 x206 Environmental Advocates: Travis Proulx: 518-462-5526 x238 Adirondack Council: John Sheehan: 518-441-1340 Analysis highlights need for investment in drinking water and sewer systems Albany – A new analysis released today by a coalition of organizations shows that across New York State, communities have an immediate documented need for $12.7 billion in clean water funding – impacting every single county across the state. The Senate and Assembly are now preparing their budget proposals and we […] Learn More

Green projects aim to prevent sewage overflows in Brooklyn

Snow where to go: Boston-area town dumps excess white stuff in harbor

New $70M sewage plant pitched for West Point

Brownfields development among DEC’s top priorities for 2015

Enviros to Cuomo: State Must Invest in “Clean Water for All”