Posts Tagged ‘drinking water’

The New York Conference on Water

Hear Hudson Riverkeeper Paul Gallay and other panelests discuss “New York’s Drinking Supply: Wastewater and Waterways, Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow” at the New York Conference on Wa… Read More

Riverkeeper: DOH Fails to Give Lower Esopus Creek Communities Full Opportunity to Participate in Process of Revising Filtration Avoidance Determination

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE DOH denies upstate communities written request for local public hearing Ossining, NY – August 26, 2013 – This past Friday afternoon, the New York State Department of Health (… Read More

Riverkeeper Multi-Year Study Answers Question – Is My Tap Water Safe to Drink?

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Tina Posterli, Riverkeeper, [email protected], 516-526-9371 Finds quality of New York City water remains high, but identifies concerns and potential future threa… Read More

Which Would You Rather Have: Cheap Cow’s Milk or Clean Drinking Water?

Get the Facts on Rockland’s Drinking Water

Get the facts about Rockland County’s drinking water supply, and United Water New York’s proposed desalination of Hudson River water in a public forum sponsored by the Rockland Water Coali… Read More

Join Rockland in Saying NO to Desalination!

10,000 calls to Governor Cuomo in 10 Days The state is close to making a decision on United Water’s proposed desalination plant for Rockland County; a plant that would be costly to our environment a… Read More

Tell the Governor New Yorkers Don’t Want Fracking Rubber Stamped

Today, pro-fracking organizations are gathering in Albany under the banner “Real People for Real Jobs” to urge the state to put a rubber stamp on its fracking plan, claiming it will bring jobs and… Read More

Winning the Debate on Fracking

DRBC fracking regs lawsuit in court

Release of turbid water into Lower Esopus Creek is illegal, Riverkeeper contends

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