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menu homeabout the blog water watch nyc everything you need to know about water in nyc. 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into disrepair while there is nothing left in the till to pay for their maintenance.  if the water board is permitted to follow in the footsteps of such outfits and divert the money paid by customers for water/sewer use, soon the wb/dep will just be another handy, cash-cow for politicians.  the infrastructure will suffer, funds will dwindle, and charges will skyrocket because customers will not just be paying for water and sewer use, but also to support pork-barrel handouts to whomever it pleases our city fathers to hand them out to.  we therefore strongly oppose the proposed giveaways on today’s agenda and demand the water board use any surplus monies—which are really easy enough to spend—on projects to provide water and sewer service to its customers. this brings me to a directly related matter. the storm-water fees the dep charges parking lots were instituted as a ‘pilot-program’, meaning it was supposed to be a temporary experiment whereby the water board would study the benefits of such a program and its effects on storm-water conservation.  a report with findings was supposed to be generated, from which would arise either a recommendation to maintain or modify the program subject to approval in the usual manner, or else the program would be dropped.  where is the report and what are the findings?  why is the program still in effect?  if the dep cannot support it with evidence from the experts who were supposed to monitor this study and get it approved at a hearing, it must be dropped. we also need clarification on the matter of compliance with mcp requirements. the dep has not been enforcing the deadlines in effect under the rate schedule—we know it was the dep’s intent last year to extend them, but the court struck the proposed rate schedule and ordered the previous years’ to remain in effect.  under its terms, the grace period for automatically enrolled properties to install dep approved meters and amr devices, and/or the required, high efficiency fixtures, expired on june 30, 2016, and these properties were to have been converted to attributed consumption charges or metered billing.  yet the dep has not enforced this deadline, to our knowledge.  this has left your customers confused as to what the requirements truly are, and we request you state what they are in an official memo. likewise, there is no consistent rule as to whether an mcp applicant with a mixed use building is required to separately meter the commercial portions with a downstream, bp meter, or by splitting the main. the rate schedule does not specify which is required.  the dep has variously required the split or permitted the downstream bps, and without any application for a variance. on this matter, we again request you state what rule is in an official memo.” share this:click to email (opens in new window)share on facebook (opens in new window)click to share on twitter (opens in new window)click to share on linkedin (opens in new window)like this:like loading... categories: dep, uncategorized, water board, water board meeting, water conservation | permalink. may 26, 2017 by daisy leave a comment water is the life of nyc     created in 2008, the “water is the life of nyc” mural is the pride of park slope. painted upon the side of 209 4th avenue between union and sackett streets, this mural depicts the ongoing water cycle of new york city from its origins in the rural provinces of new york state to the myriad of destinations throughout the more urban areas of new york. colorful, vibrant, and lively as the abundance of new yorkers who pass this wall each day, the mural brings a small reminder to the people about where their clean and top-quality water derives from.  illustrating the process by which nyc maintains its running water system, the mural brings awareness to the public about the precious and often overlooked part of our lives which we tend to forget how vital it truly is. spreading across the side of 290 4th avenue, the mural depicts the origins of water as a romanticized view of mother nature in the form of billowing white clouds with flowing hair made of vapor. a flow of water is generously released from mother nature’s hands which fall into two reservoirs which service new york state, the catskills and the croton. the water, after its journey from the country, reservoirs and dam finally arrives at the faucet in which new yorkers use for their daily use. the lower left side of the mural shows the miners (affectionately known as “the sandhogs”) create and maintain the water tunnels which bring water.. as seen with the figure filling up his bottle from the fountain, the mural itself promotes the use of reusable water bottles. reusable water bottles are a great way to protect the environment instead of using single-use plastic bottles which are usually not completely recycled and ends up in our landfills and water systems. with this message, this mural hopes to show new yorkers the cycle of our water in how we obtain it, use it, and protect it. ashokan is proud to be located in a community that expresses its love and respect for water. share this:click to email (opens in new window)share on facebook (opens in new window)click to share on twitter (opens in new window)click to share on linkedin (opens in new window)like this:like loading... categories: city council, dep, new york city, upstate reservoirs, water conservation | tags: art, gowanus, mural, park slope, water, water conservation | permalink. november 23, 2016 by jasmine leave a comment leon g. billings, author of clean air act, dies at 78 we are saddened to hear the news of leon g. billings’ passing. billings was a staunch environmental advocate and a leader in passing environmental laws and regulations. he was the principal author of the 1970 clean air act, and as the first director of the senate environment subcommittee, headed the 1972 clean water act and 1977 amendments for antipollution laws. today we enjoy a more pristine world because of billings, and those, who like him, have committed themselves to preserving the environment. let us honor his memory by striving to further his life’s work of making a cleaner earth and more sustainable future. it has always been our goal at ashokan to do our part in safeguarding the environment. today we remember the legacy left by leon g. billings, and hope his memory will inspire others to do the same. share this:click to email (opens in new window)share on facebook (opens in new window)click to share on twitter (opens in new window)click to share on linkedin (opens in new window)like this:like loading... categories: clean air act, uncategorized | tags: clean air act, clean water act, environmental law, environmentalist, leon g. billings | permalink. november 22, 2016 by hershel leave a comment > the entire new york state is now on “drought watch”. the category is merely  advisory, and does not mandate conservation. i hope the residents of nyc appreciate how the dep’s large water reserves insulating them from what could be a major inconvenience. enjoy the sunny days, but pray for rain in the watershed. share this:click to email (opens in new window)share on facebook (opens in new window)click to share on twitter (opens in new window)click to share on linkedin (opens in new window)like this:like loading... categories: drought, new york drought, reservior level, upstate reservoirs | permalink. november 21, 2016 by hershel leave a comment nyc reservoir level last weeks rain barely hit the catskills. the small amount of moisture fell on dry soil, and was quickly absorbed. new york’s reservoir level keeps dropping. it now stands at 56.8%. how low can the reservoirs go before the city becomes concerned and declares a drought? share this:click to email (opens in new window)share on facebook (opens in new window)click to share on twitter (opens in new window)click to share on linkedin (opens in new window)like this:like loading... categories: dep, drought, uncategorized, water conservation | permalink. november 14, 2016 by hershel 2 comments nyc drought new york’s reservoir level has dropped to 57.9% of capacity. back in the eighties the water board issued droughts warnings when the reservoir level fell below 60%. due to years of water conservation, nyc is sitting pretty, while the rest of the north-east is experiencing a major drought. how low can it go before the to be honest the city is reluctant to declare a drought in the autumn, when there is a good chance that the winter precipitation will refill the reservoirs. the questions is “how low can it go before a drought is declared”. share this:click to email (opens in new window)share on facebook (opens in new window)click to share on twitter (opens in new window)click to share on linkedin (opens in new window)like this:like loading... categories: drought, new york city, upstate reservoirs | permalink. july 21, 2016 by daisy 1 comment mayor de blasio assigns dep acting commissioner mayor de blasio appointed vincent sapienza as acting department of environmental protection commissioner earlier this month to replace the departing emily lloyd. sapienza has been dragged to the front row as a figurehead representing the dep after maintaining a non-political post in charge of the dep’s infrastructure. the boots sapienza will be stepping into will no doubt be muddy. emily lloyd left behind a number of major challenges that need to be addressed immediately. the first challenge is the absence of the water rate increase. for the first time since 1995, the water rate increase was revoked by court.   how will the water board balance its budget if new york city citizens won’t be charged more for water? this is great news for the people but what will happen to the dynamics of political funds? another challenge sapienza will duel with are concerns the multi-family conservation program (mcp) applications. mcp allows flat-rate billing of water bills for buildings with four or more apartments. the mcp program can help save water but thousands of mcp applications are backed up and the mcp guidelines are being ignored. is the dep withholding from processing these applications because they know they will lose money? these problems presented require a permanent commissioner, not from an acting commissioner.  i strongly urge mayor de blasio to appoint vincent sapienza to be the permanent dep commissioner so these issues can be dealt with. this is a time of crisis for the dep, the dep’s reputation and trust from the people are at stake and we need someone with a firm grip on the steering wheel, not an acting commissioner.   share this:click to email (opens in new window)share on facebook (opens in new window)click to share on twitter (opens in new window)click to share on linkedin (opens in new window)like this:like loading... categories: dep, new york city, uncategorized, water board, water conservation | tags: bill de blasio, bronx, brooklyn, city council, conservation, dep, emily lloyd, mayor de blasio, new york city, ny city council, nyc dep, nyc dob, nyc water board, policies, queens, staten island, vincent sapienza, water, water board | permalink. post navigation ← older posts about hershel hershel is employed as a water management engineer with ashokan water services, where he's actively involved with water conservation and green building design issues. prior to his stint at ashokan, he was an engineer with the city of new york. he currently serves as president of the new york chapter of the american society of plumbing engineers (aspe) and is a member of awwa, nyarm and boma.hershel is an avid kayaker. email subscription enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. after you enter you email address you will receive an email that will enable you to customize your settings. you can unsubscribe at any time. join 85 other followers ashokan water ashokan water rss feed to 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