Posts Tagged ‘wastewater’

Putting Community Science Data to Work

Last week Riverkeeper submitted Enterococcus data collected in partnership with community scientists to NYS DEC’s Division of Water, as part of the state’s biennial statewide waterbody assessment … Read More

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

Look Close at Fracking and You’ll Say “No Way”

Could über-toxic fracking wastewater end up in Kingston? Possibly.

DEP Must Improve Water Quality Warnings, Advocates Say

NYC Sewage Treatment Plant Dumping Raw Sewage into Hudson After Fire

Since 5:15 p.m. yesterday, the North River Wastewater Treatment Plant, at 135th Street in New York City, began discharging untreated sewage into the Hudson River following a four alarm fire that cause… Read More

Urge State Legislators to Protect NY’s Water from Hazardous Waste!

To protect New York’s drinking water from fracking, state must close a loophole that allows the gas industry to avoid treating its hazardous waste properly. Right now, the gas industry is exempt fro… Read More

City Expands East River & Long Island Sound Cleanup Effort

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