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Cannonsville Updates

DEP is continuing to investigate and repair an ongoing turbid discharge from a rock embankment below Cannonsville Dam....
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Fire Hydrant Volunteers Hit NYC Streets

City-approved Spray Caps are Available for Adults 18 and Older from Local Fire Houses...

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Water-On-the-Go Season Begins

NYC Tap Water Provides New Yorkers with a Healthy, Environmentally-Friendly Way to Beat the Heat...
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Bronx Legionnaires' Disease Cluster Updated Fact-Sheet
The latest information from the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.
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Where Public Tap Water Begets Wilderness
“Before New York and Boston were baseball competitors, they shared a certain wisdom about the design of their drinking water supplies. Both receive their water, largely unfiltered and un-pumped, from protected watersheds in the hills… Today, the New York watershed protects 1972 square miles of land and the Boston watershed protects another 156 square miles—a combined landmass considerably larger than Yosemite National Park…”
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Water for the Future: Upstate Water Supply Resiliency Project
The New York City Department of Environmental Protection is pleased to announce the availability of the Draft Scope of Work for the Draft Environmental Impact Statement for the Water for the Future: Upstate Water Supply Resiliency.
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