Gallery: New York Commits $2.4B to Build Green Infrastructure to Stop S...

In reaction to the sewage and storm water overflow problem in New York, city officials have announced that they will indeed commit $2.4 billion in funds to help alleviate the problem in the future. Through both private and public funds, New York State and City organizations will use environmental techniques to combat the overflow. Announced yesterday, the plan will help improve the quality of water in New York City, which affects drinking water, boating, swimming and fishing.

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