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Municipalities join forces to lobby for clean drinking water

Local Experts Outline Challenges Associated with Indian Point Shutdown

Riverkeeper calls for new water “vision” in New York

In testimony on historic water infrastructure investments, Riverkeeper identifies proactive strategies to protect water before it becomes contaminated.

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Reps Laud Coast Guard Study, Reiterate Opposition To Long-Term Anchorages

Environmental groups propose safety measures for Hudson

State study faults Hudson PCB cleanup

River groups offer navigation safety measures for Hudson, cite risks from barge anchorages proposed by industry

During a series of November workshops in Poughkeepsie and Albany, Scenic Hudson and Riverkeeper presented data showing that new anchorages are not needed and highlighted alternative strategies that could make the Hudson River safer for navigation and environmental protection without requiring additional anchorages.

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Riverkeeper Report: Hudson River Watershed needs $4.8 billion clean water investment

New analysis of 8,200 water samples finds 21% of Hudson River Estuary samples fail to meet safe swimming guidelines Despite progress improving water quality, combined sewer overflows, aging infrastructure, and some tributaries remain pollution sources Riverkeeper joined a delegation to Washington, D.C., to urge doubling of federal investment in water infrastructure nationwide, to $4.6 billion Ossining, N.Y. – In a new report, Riverkeeper has released a fresh analysis of water quality data, showing that 21 percent of Hudson River Estuary samples failed to meet federal safe-swimming guidelines. To improve water […]

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NRC Wants Indian Point To Fully Resolve Water Leaks

Coast Guard begins closed door look at Hudson River safety hazards

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