New York City Department of Environmental Protection
The New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) is a City agency of nearly 6,000 employees that manages and conserves the City's water supply; distributes more than one billion gallons of clean drinking water each day to nine million New Yorkers and collects wastewater through a vast underground network of pipes, regulators, and pumping stations; and treats the 1.3 billion gallons of wastewater that New Yorkers produce each day in a way that protects the quality of New York Harbor. As the City agency responsible for New York City's environment, DEP also regulates air quality, hazardous waste, and critical quality of life issues, including noise.
- Plumb Beach Renourishment Project and Protection of Belt Parkway, Brooklyn, New York
- New York City Green Infrastructure Demonstration Projects
- City of New York Climate Change Assessment and Action Plan (NYC Department of Environmental Protection)
- New York State Climate Smart Communities Grant Program
- New York City Green Infrastructure Plan - A Sustainable Strategy for Clean Waterways
- New York City Green Infrastructure Grant Program