The city announced a nearly $100 million project that will add miles of storm sewers to Staten Island.
The first trees were planted at Brookfield Landfill, which is expected to open as a park in 2017.
The mayor said his PlaNYC program has gotten thousands of buildings to burn cleaner heating oil.
The Osborne Association's new roof will reduce storm runoff and cut energy costs.
ExxonMobil was found liable for contaminating Queens groundwater.
A city project to help clean up the Gowanus Canal will wrap up by the end of the year.
A group of students counted glass eels at Richmond Creek.
The Staten Island rooftop alone will get enough solar panels to cover one-and-a-half football fields.
The city is beginning work on an upgrade to Springfield Gardens' water and sewer infrastructure.
Thirty-seven students were named 'Water Champions' at a ceremony held at Citi Field Wednesday afternoon.
The plan will increase the city's green and gray infrastructure.
The Newtown Creek Waste Treatment Plant has all of its three batteries fully operational.
A water main broke during during rush hour at Delancey Street just west of the Williamsburg Bridge.
The Department of Environmental Protection released a report that showed a loose nut on a fuel line may have led to the massive fire.
Proposed law calls for real-time water quality updates to be available to the public in the wake of the North River sewage plant fire in July.
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