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EPA Approves Gowanus Cleanup Plan
Where Does the Gowanus Cleanup Stand?
City Sewage Plan Faces Obstacles, Questions
Water Pressure Part I: The Pipe
Facing the challenge of New York's endless sewage spill
The New York City Department of Environmental Protection works with the city's wastewater treatment system to purify enough water for more than 8 million residents. The precise and extensive process helps conserve water and protect the environment without denying clean water to the city's buildings.
Some background on the “rental payment" that has the mayor and a councilman facing off.
After months of pressure from residents of an area plagued by poor drainage and rising groundwater, the city recently announced a set of measures to keep Southeast Queens dry—or at least drier—this spring and summer.
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