EPA Announces Over $500 Million to Repair Sandy-Damaged Waterways in NY and NJ

EPA Announces Over $500 Million to Repair Sandy-Damaged Waterways in NY and NJ

The Environmental Protection Agency announced recently that they will provide over $500 million in grants and low-interest loans to the state of New York and state of New Jersey to…

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EPA Grants Bronx High School Students $82,000 to Train in Environmental Careers

EPA Grants Bronx High School Students $82,000 to Train in Environmental Careers

High school students in the Bronx will be learning a thing or two about protecting our water this summer thanks to an $82,000 grant recently awarded by the U.S. Environmental Protection…

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NYC Sewage to Be Treated with Common Soap Ingredient Glycerol

NYC Sewage to Be Treated with Common Soap Ingredient Glycerol

The 26th Ward Wastewater Treatment Plant in Queens has begun using a revolutionary biofuel process that employs glycerol (an ingredient that can be found in many soaps and perfumes)…

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EPA Offers Grants to Schools In Exchange for Help Monitoring NYC's Air and Water Pollution

EPA Offers Grants to Schools In Exchange for Help Monitoring NYC's Air and Water Pollution

New York area schools, hospitals, organizations and community groups may soon be helping to monitor pollution in our water and air. The Environmental Protection Agency is offering…

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Brooklyn Cruise Ship Terminal is First East Coast Port to Adopt Electric Charging

Brooklyn Cruise Ship Terminal is First East Coast Port to Adopt Electric Charging

After two years of negotiations, the Bloomberg administration has announced that cruise ships at the Brooklyn Cruise Ship Terminal will now shut down their engines and plug into a giant…

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Discovery of Asbestos Complicates Removing PCB Leaking Lights from NYC Schools

Discovery of Asbestos Complicates Removing PCB Leaking Lights from NYC Schools

The fact that PCBs have been leaking into New York City's schools for months is bad enough, but now the situation has been even further complicated with the discovery of asbestos.

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EPA Wants 5-Year Removal Plan for PCB Leaking Lights in NYC Schools

EPA Wants 5-Year Removal Plan for PCB Leaking Lights in NYC Schools

The EPA has rejected the Bloomberg administration's 10-year removal plan and is pushing for a five-year removal deadline.

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