Proposed SPDES Update: E. coli, Enterococci, and the New York Bay

Posted by Nora Brew

Proposed Rule Change for E. coli, Enterococci, and the Reclassification of New York Bay The…

Submit MS4 Annual Reports by June 1st

Posted by Nora Brew

The State’s Push for Clean Water  Background The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation…

NYSDEC Releases Long-awaited Stormwater Multi-Sector General Permit

Posted by Robert Lopinto

Multi-Sector General Permit (MSGP) (GP-0-17-004) Effective Until 2023. NYSDEC Releases Long-awaited Stormwater General Permit The…

Key Stormwater Permit Requirements for Vehicle Dismantling Facilities

Posted by Robert Lopinto

Stormwater Regulation Updates Affect Auto Salvage Businesses If you own or operate a Vehicle Dismantling…

The Role of a Qualified Erosion and Sediment Control (E&SC) Inspector at Your Construction Site

Posted by Robert Lopinto

Although it might not be immediately obvious, stormwater runoff from construction sites poses a serious…

Freshwater Wetlands Protection and What It Means to You and the Environment

Posted by Greta White

Whether you’re walking along a path or driving down the road, you may notice areas…

Environmental Grant Opportunities with NY Regional Economic Development Council

Posted by Nora Brew

Walden recently attended a workshop presented by the NY Regional Economic Development Council to learn…

New York State Grants Available for Clean Water and Drinking Water Infrastructure Improvement Projects

Posted by Nora Brew

As municipalities across the country are assessing and investing in improvements to aging water treatment…

Sampling PFOAs and PFOS: What you should know

Posted by Greta White

Poly- and Perfluoroalkyl substances (PFOA’s and PFOS’s) have been all over the news lately, but…

The Origins of 1,4-Dioxane: How Did It Get Into Long Island’s Drinking Water?

Posted by Joe Heaney

Long Island’s groundwater has recently been reported to contain elevated levels of 1,4-dioxane. As discussed…

What does Stormwater Discharge Compliance look like in New York State?

Posted by Robert Lopinto

Stormwater runoff occurs naturally from rainfall or snow storms, which flows over any land surface…