S.W.I.M. Coalition

Stormwater Infrastructure Matters: utilizing stormwater as a resource, not a waste!
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S.W.I.M. Coalition & Member Comment Letters to DEP

S.W.I.M. Coalition, our members, and community partners have been busy attending public meetings and writing comment letters to the City over the past few months as the Combined Sewer Overflow Long Term Control Plans have been released. See all the letters here.  We are very concerned about the general approach in the 6 plans (out […]

Please Attend NYC DEP’s January 12 Citywide CSO LTCP Public Meeting!

It’s important for the City to hear our voices at their January 12 Public Meeting! Please join us on January 12 at Laguardia Community College in the Building E-Poolside Cafe from 6-8 p.m. to let NYC Department of Environmental Protection know how much you care about your local waterways and want them to improve their plans […]

SWIM’s most recent public meeting on Nov. 6 was a great success!

S.W.I.M.’s most recent public meeting last week was a great success! The presentations were informative and extremely relevant to today’s most pressing water issues. Presentations included: Shino Tanikawa, a member of SWIM’s steering committee, and Executive Director of the NYC Soil & Water Conservation District, provided an overview of NYC’s current water quality issues, the City’s Long Term […]

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