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After receiving the proper training from City Hall in June, 10 of our environmental compliance inspectors inspected nearly 1,800 local businesses, helping to ensure that they were reopening safely as NYC began its recovery efforts from the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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NYC Water Oct 17
Replying to @suzinyc @ohny
Hi Susan, give this link a try: . See you at 11am!
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NYC Water Oct 16
We're excited to open our virtual doors tomorrow (10/17) for 's ! At 11am, we're hosting a virtual tour of our Newtown Creek Wastewater Resource Recovery Facilty. Register here to join us:
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NYC Water Oct 16
Hey New Yorkers, go ahead and stick a few reusable bags in your purse, your car, by your door or closet, or anywhere they might be handy because starting Monday (10/19), the plastic bag ban goes into effect! More info:
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NYC Water Oct 16
Sending our deepest condolences to the family of Cecil Corbin-Mark and our friends & colleagues at .
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NYSDEC Oct 15
Enforcement of the State's ban on single-use plastic bags starts Monday, October 19, 2020. Keep reusable bags in a few different spots to help you remember them. For more information:
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NYC Water Oct 15
80 years ago today, the “holing through” of 2 sections of tunnel near Kensico Reservoir marked a milestone in Delaware Aqueduct construction. Here, workers on the north and south sides shake hands where the excavation met up perfectly. Oct. 15, 1940.
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NYC Water Oct 14
Thanks to New York City's investment of more than $12 BILLION over the last decade to improve the health of New York Harbor, no one in our lifetime (including humpback whales 🐋 😉!!!) has seen it as clean and healthy:
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NYC Water Oct 13
We're opening our virtual doors for 's ! Join us this Saturday, October 17 at 11am for a virtual digester egg tour at our Newtown Creek Wastewater Resource Recovery Facilty. Register here:
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NYC Water Oct 13
If you are experiencing...excessive noise, discolored water, clogged catch basins, or street flooding, file a report w/ ! Doing so ensures your concern will be routed to the right place & helps us track issues so that we can serve you better:
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NYC Water Oct 12
We had a great rain garden cleanup and planting day with volunteers from the Clean Bushwick Initiative! If you're interested in becoming a rain garden steward, visit:
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NYC Water Oct 9
Why hello there autumn in New York 🍂🍁. Nice to see you too ❤️.
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NYC Water Oct 8
Margaretville, NY, on October 8, 1956, and today. This is one of six watershed communities where DEP owns and operates a wastewater treatment plant to protect nearby reservoirs.
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NYC Water Oct 8
How to fill out the : 💻 Online: ☎️ Call 844-330-2020 or find a number in your language: ✉ Mail your paper form ❌ No code needed—just use your address! ❌ No questions about citizenship or immigration
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nychealthy Oct 7
The City is taking steps to slow the spread of in neighborhoods where cases continue to rise. Starting Oct. 8, certain restrictions will be in place in these neighborhoods, which make up three zones identified by the State. Find your zone:
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NYC Water Oct 7
Did you know that water efficiency projects in your building that include things like water reuse systems and/or fixture retrofits could be eligible for a grant? Applications are due October 15. Learn more at .
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NYC Water Oct 6
Bluebelt wetlands have proven to be an integral tool for managing stormwater and reducing flooding, while also improving nearby property values. The expansion of New Creek Bluebelt will create the largest wetland area in the entire Bluebelt system:
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GreeNYC Oct 6
BREAKING: New York City ranked #1 by out of 100 major U.S. cities in clean energy efforts to tackle climate change. Our ambitious Climate Mobilization Act is a roadmap to help community leaders and building owners be fully carbon neutral by 2050.
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NYC Water Oct 6
Replying to @generationback
Thanks for your message. To get in touch with a customer service representative, please call 718-595-7000 or visit .
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NYC Water Oct 5
Replying to @hopfoto @nyc311
If you’re experiencing discolored water, please fill out this form , so we can follow up. Thank you!
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