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Grey To Green Conference: Early Bird Discount By March 31st

Earlier this month, Green Roofs for Healthy Cities launched their program for the 2015 Grey to Green: A Conference Exploring the Economics of Local and Regional Food Systems and Resilience. Held on June 1-2, 2015 in Toronto, Grey to Green features the cutting edge of design and policy practice, and will showcase more than 50 […]

NJ DEP Orders Reduction Of Sewage Flow Into Rivers

New Jersey State officials ordered several North Jersey towns and sewer authorities on Thursday to begin to develop ways to cut down on the billions of gallons of annual sewage discharge that enters the Hackensack, Passaic and Hudson rivers. Construction of new pipe systems, holding tanks and stormwater infrastructure is still years away for many […]

Revised Draft of SPDES Permit for MS4 Stormwater Discharges – Published!

After a full year since DEC first made available for public review and comment a draft State Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (SPDES) Permit for Stormwater Discharges from Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems (MS4s) owned or operated by the City of New York, the Department has prepared a revised draft addressing the comments received. The revised […]

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