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In The News: Trashing the Littoral
  

Jun 01, 2000

 Few New Yorkers are aware that the waterfront begins at their doorstep. In fact, the quality of City beaches and water is related to consumption and use of water

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In The News: Pier Pressure
  

May 01, 2000

 In recent weeks, while the weather still spoke more of winter than spring, the Hudson River Park Trust severed a number of Hudson River piers. With little fanfare, HRPT contractors

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Recycling Before Exporting: Turning Garbage into Dollars
  

Apr 10, 2000

Amidst all of the turmoil accompanying the City's long overdue closure of its Fresh Kills Landfill, one bit of good news has been overshadowed: in late 1999, the City's diversion

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Solid Waste
  

Apr 10, 2000

THE LOWDOWN: Until the mid-1980s, New York City disposed of virtually all of its garbage locally: burying it in landfills or burning it in incinerators. Since then, with time running out

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In The News: Waterfront Primer
  

Apr 01, 2000

 The City's waterways are a maritime crossroads for a varied group of users and uses. These can generally be divided into six categories: organizational, economic and commercial, historic, environmental,