S.W.I.M. Coalition

Stormwater Infrastructure Matters: utilizing stormwater as a resource, not a waste!
S.W.I.M. Coalition
Work For S.W.I.M.! Now Hiring Part-Time Coordinator

Stormwater Infrastructure Matters Coalition (S.W.I.M) seeks a part time Coordinator to advance the sustainable stormwater management and green infrastructure policy agenda in New York City through community outreach and fund raising. The candidate must: -have a Bachelor’s degree (water resources management or a related field is a plus); -be comfortable working with partner organizations; -have [...]

Open Sewer Atlas NYC Workshop – February 3rd

From Open Sewer Atlas: “Open Sewer Atlas NYC is starting to wrap up! But before we do, we’ll be hosting a workshop to share ideas, discuss the tools and resources needed to understand the sewer system, and identify best management practices for stormwater management in NYC. We will be sharing data and graphics developed through [...]

View The Presentation From Last Week’s Annual Citywide LTCP Meeting

The Third Annual Citywide LTCP Meeting was held on Thursday December 11, 2014 at Hostos College in the Bronx. At the meeting, DEP reviewed the NYC Wastewater infrastructure, the LTCP process, the 2014 draft LTCP submittals (Westchester Creek, Hutchinson River and Flushing Creek) and provided an update on the Green Infrastructure program. DEP staff were [...]

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