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Water Restoration and Protection in New York State

New York State has, over the last decade, passed new laws and instituted new procedures to protect New York's water supply and its quality.

In 2011, the Water Resources Law was updated to protect New York's waters, including the Great Lakes, by requiring a DEC permit for any type of water withdrawal system having the capacity to withdraw 100,000 gallons per day or more of surface water or groundwater.


In 2012, New York State enacted the Nutrient Runoff Law to reduce phosphorus runoff from fertilized lawns.

In 2013, the Sewage Pollution Right to Know (SPRTK) Act took effect.


In 2015, New York appropriated $5 million to develop a Long Island Nitrogen Action Plan.


 
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Alum project for Grand Lake St. Marys - A step toward improving water quality at Grand Lake St. Marys will occur this spring when an alum treatment will be applied to the entire lake. This treatment is part of Gov. John Kasich’s approach to improve Grand Lake St. Marys through rough fish removal, dredging, installation of a treatment train, wetland creation, watershed improvements, and other water quality initiatives.


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