Posts Tagged ‘cso’

Watch the City of Poughkeepsie’s video on CSOs in the Hudson River

Riverkeeper’s water quality data show that combined sewer overflows remain one of the most important sources of pollution affecting the Hudson River and its largest tributary, the Mohawk River. … Read More

Summer thunderstorms trigger massive sewage overflows: Water Quality Update

Riverkeeper and our partners sampled more than 410 locations in the Hudson River Watershed in July. The data reinforced what Sewage Pollution Right to Know Alerts made plain: When it rains, sewage ove… Read More

Stormwater Infrastructure Matters (S.W.I.M.) Coalition Public Meeting

Please join S.W.I.M. Coalition on Monday, March 14, at 4:00 P.M. to discuss: -an update on CSO and MS4 issues in New York City by Riverkeeper Staff Attorney Sean Dixon and NRDC’s Larry Levine -t… Read More

Webinar: How’s the Water in the Hudson?

Join Riverkeeper’s Water Quality Program Manager, Dan Shapley, for an informative and free webinar to learn about the findings of our new water quality report, “How’s the Water? 2015… Read More

New York Confronts Polluted Past in its Waterways

Public Meeting: On New York City’s CSO Long Term Control Plan

ANNUAL CITYWIDE PUBLIC MEETING The Department of Environmental Protection is holding their citywide public meeting on New York City’s CSO Long Term Control Plan. DEP will provide a brief presentatio… Read More

The Long Term Plan to Improve the Health of the Hutchinson River

The NYC Department of Environmental Protection will present information about its Long Term Control Plan to reduce combine sewage overflows into the Hutchinson River. This is an important opportunity … Read More

S.W.I.M. Coalition Honors Carter Strickland

The S.W.I.M. Coalition will honor Carter Strickland, Commissioner of the New York City Department of Environmental Protection in the Bloomberg Administration, for his visionary leadership advancing NY… Read More

Paying through the nose

DEC won’t fine Rensselaer district over sewage spill into Hudson

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