SWIM's 10th Anniversary 

See a timeline of our first decade: 2007 - 2017​

 

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Utilizing Stormwater as a Resource,
Not a Waste

Attn. Waterway Stakeholders! On January 29, 2020, NYC Dept of Environmental Protection will present their plan for cleaning up sewage pollution in the Hudson, Harlem, East River, Upper and Lower NY Harbor, Western Long Island Sound, Kill van Kull, and Arthur Kill. Click   here   to register for the meeting and here for more details about the plan. 

 

Stormwater Infrastructure Matters (SWIM)

SWIM is a coalition of 70+ organizations citywide who are dedicated to ensuring swimmable,fishable waters around New York City through natural, sustainable stormwater management practices in our neighborhoods. This approach is environmentally and fiscally responsible because it utilizes stormwater - currently viewed as waste - as a resource.

 

Who We Are

Read about our mission,
our 70+ members, and how you can fight for cleaner waterways.

Image: Joe Mabel

 

Where we work

Learn about water quality in NYC,

both the sources of pollution and
the most sensible solutions.

 

THE SWIM LIBRARY

Browse SWIM Coalition actions and resources: factsheets, maps, reports, and an archive of testimony.

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SWIM Coalition is sponsored by the NYC Soil & Water Conservation District and Riverkeeper, Inc. Your donations to SWIM's work are tax deductible under the IRS code170(c)3. 


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