EPA will once again be conducting inspections of wastewater facilities throughout the State. One of the most reported deficiencies is the lack of Collection System Operation and Maintenance Plans and Sewer Overflow Response Plans (SORP). If you don't have these plans or would like to update/upgrade your plans, we now have editable templates on our website. These templates have been modified to include NYS specific language regarding the Sewage Pollution Right to Know overflow reporting requirements.
The Draft Phase III Watershed Implementation Plan for the Chemung and Susquehanna River Basins for the Chesapeake Bay Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) is available for public comment through June 7, 2019.
Wealth from waste – three ways pollution can be turned into something useful
Fat in a Sink, Wipes in a Loo—How Fatbergs Are Born
By Tiffany Kary
Follow this link to read the complete article: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-03-15/fat-in-a-sink-wipes-in-a-loo-how-fatbergs-are-born-quicktake
Follow the link to read the Press Release:
- Greenport’s John Mokszycki Testifies before Congress on Water Issues on Behalf of All Small and Rural Communities
- Rep. Delgado Introduces Mokszycki
- John Mokszycki's Testimony