September 16, 2016
The New York City Water Trail Association, a non-profit group of citizen scientists that test water quality throughout the NY Harbor shoreline, reported alarming results last week.
A 0.4 inch rainfall on September 14 seems like it was enough rain to cause a combined sewer overflow event in Flushing...
State Renews and Revises Green Roof Tax Abatement Program
July 17, 2019
New Timeline for Army Corps Study of Storm Surge Barriers for NY/NJ Harbor Public Comments Still Due 11/5!
October 17, 2018
New Legislation Introduced Calling on the NYC Dept. of Environmental Protection to Rethink Its Flawed Sewer Overflow Plans
July 23, 2019
SWIM's Fall 2019 Public Meeting on Water Street & Pier 17 on the Anniversary of Superstorm Sandy.
October 31, 2019
SWIM Publishes Recommendations to NYC DEP and the NYC Water Board for the City’s Upcoming Water Rate Study
October 22, 2019
Once in A Generation Opportunity to Provide Public Input on Citywide Sewer Overflow Plan!
October 9, 2019
The City Council Committees for Environmental Protection and Resiliency and Waterfront Call for a Five Borough Coastal Resilience Plan
SWIM Participated in a Panel Discussion on The Future of Flushing Bay & Creek
Getting to Zero in Dutch Kills Community Action Plan Launch
July 10, 2019
NYC Water Board pushes DEP to move on rate study & stormwater fees, citing SWIM members’ call for action!
June 25, 2019
Public Art Projects for Getting to Zero in Dutch Kills Community Action Plan!
June 6, 2019
Call for Action
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