It is not immediately clear when the fields will reopen.
An ingredient in Roundup, the city's most-used herbicide, deemed "probably carcinogenic" by W.H.O.
The Department of Environmental Protection named 14 possible locations for two underground sewage tanks.
The city's Parks Department sprayed the pesticide Roundup more than 1,300 times in 2013.
The UES has higher concentrations of many pollutants than neighborhoods known for bad air.
Candles, cleaning products and body lotion can contain chemicals that are not entirely good for you.
The Environmental Protection Agency awarded $30,000 to Green Guerillas, which is overhauling the gardens.
The woman was sent to Methodist Hospital. Her condition was not immediately known.
John Quadrozzi, who hopes to use toxic sludge as landfill, hasn't paid fines he owes the state.
A business owner wants to use sludge from the Gowanus Canal as landfill to expand his property.
A plan to burn Sandy debris has some environmental groups up in arms.
The EPA has started to remove soil at the Jewett White Lead Company superfund site in Port Richmond.
A group of New York lawyers sent a letter to the EPA urging it to make inspections at PCB-ridden schools.
The North Brooklyn Boat Club will offer canoeing and kayaking from its own space this spring.
An effort to remove toxic PCB chemicals from P.S. 199 failed, and now parents want more testing to pinpoint the source of the harmful toxins.
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