Posts Tagged ‘Department of Environmental Conservation’

What Do Budget Cuts Mean for the DEC?

Sewage spills bring fines, fix-up plan

Riverkeeper Commends New York State for $1 Million Fine against Indian Point

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Tina Posterli, 516-526-9371, [email protected] Nuclear Plant Fire and Oil Spill Led to DEC Enforcement Ossining, NY – March 26, 2012 – Riverkeeper strongly s… Read More

Riverkeeper Responds to DEC’s Rush to Finalize Fracking Proposal by Spring

Urges New Yorkers to call for passage of moratorium bill White Plains, NY – February 17, 2012 – The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) has made it clear it intends to i… Read More

New Water Withdrawal Law Goes into Effect

What it means for the protection of NY’s water bodies from fracking and other high-water usage activities Last summer, Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed New York’s first-ever uniform water use management l… Read More

Gas-drilling fans, foes weigh in on NY rules

Crunch Time on Fracking: Make Your Voice Heard!

Riverkeeper has been a leader in the effort to prevent New York from fracking with our water – and we need your help to win the fight. It’s a critical moment in our campaign, as public pressure mo… Read More

Shell game How this mussel — and overbearing government regulators — could destroy New York City’s harbor business

Landowners decry latest delay in NY fracking regs

Green groups: DEC review process is flawed

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