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Debate heats up over how to dispose of Indian Point radioactive water

Kayakers Spot Oil on Hudson River Week Before Reported Con Ed Spill

Holtec Sues Over River Ban

Holtec sues New York state, claims ‘Save The Hudson’ law is pre-empted by federal law

Riverkeeper Applauds New York State’s Environmental Commitment in 2025 Budget

Riverkeeper applauds Governor Hochul and the New York State Legislature for their dedication to our environment and clean water, as demonstrated by the passage of the 2025 state budget which includes significant wins for New York and the Hudson River.

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Molinaro, Ryan call on EPA to pursue additional remediation as release of third five-year review of Hudson River cleanup nears

With the Hudson River PCBs Superfund Site Five-Year Review approaching, Congressional leaders urge EPA to determine that the cleanup has not been protective of human and ecological health

Congressional leaders wrote to Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Michael Regan, urging the EPA to follow the science and rule that further PCB clean-up in the Hudson River is needed in the upcoming Five-Year Review (FYR) report.

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Riverkeeper commends new EPA PFAS standards but cautions work remains after agency confirms no safe level of exposure for drinking water

Riverkeeper applauds the EPA’s announcement of its new finalized federal drinking water standards for six PFAS chemicals. Long-term exposure to per-and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) has been associated with many serious health conditions and are considered “forever chemicals” that do not break down naturally in our environment.

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Members of Stewart Air National Guard Restoration Advisory Board Applaud EPA’s First National Drinking Water Standards for Toxic PFAS “Forever Chemicals”

Newly established Federal Maximum Contaminant Levels (MCL) of six per- and poly-fluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in drinking water will reduce exposure in many Hudson Valley communities and should influence the cleanup of contamination affecting Newburgh and New Windsor drinking water sources.

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Harckham, Levenberg Fight to Restore Money for Clean Water Projects

Tell Gov. Hochul to block invasive species at the Erie and Champlain canals
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