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DEC to begin cleanup at Pelham Superfund site

Notwithstanding the site's Superfund status, DEC does not consider the contamination at the Pelham business to be a direct health threat.

Legoland fined $346K by NY state environmental agency

Legoland has yet to announce its opening date.

New York DEC grants $750K for three Hudson River shoreline projects

DEC Commissioner Basil Seggos said the projects will help "expand recreational opportunities throughout the estuary."

Frey’s Cleaners in Yonkers cleans up under EPA order

Frey’s has been generating perc sludge since 2006, according to the consent agreement, including tainted water, contaminated lint and spent perc filter cartridges.

DEC announces $350k Hudson River Estuary grant funding

The money will be used for projects that increase resiliency during floods, enhance natural resources and protect water quality and wildlife.

Westport Management sues former tenants for $500K hazardous waste cleanup in...

Westport Management says it has spent more than $500,000 cleaning up hazardous wastes.

It really is a wild goose chase for Pete Rizzo and...

The U.S. Department of Agriculture, with help from the New York Department of Environmental Conservation, issued an environmental assessment that recommends ways to control Canada geese.

New York brownfield cleanup program to receive $570K in EPA funding

The brownfield program provides funding to help private property owners and developers clean up and rebuild contaminated sites.