Demanding Answers: Whitestone Families Say City Isn't Taking Sewage Floods SeriouslyFamilies in Whitestone, Queens have been cleaning up all week after a sewage overflow left a nasty mess in their homes.
Sewage Backs Up Into Basements, Ruins Property In Whitestone, QueensHomeowners in Whitestone, Queens are dealing with a stinking mess after sewage backed up into their basements.
Connecticut Aims To Clean Up Sewage Removal From BoatsState environmental officials are aiming to collect more than 1 million gallons of sewage this season from recreational vessels in Long Island Sound.
NYS To Fund Major Water, Sewage Projects On Long IslandGov. Andrew Cuomo announced the state will spend nearly half a billion dollars on Long Island for water and sewage projects, including $383 million to help get homes in Suffolk County hooked up to sewers.
Bay Shore Residents Raise A Stink About Sewage SmellThe storm is over, but there’s a new problem in the air for Long Island residents
Park Slope Residents Gripe About Grime Backing Up In PipesResidents in Park Slope, Brooklyn, just blocks away from the Gowanus Canal, are complaining that a nasty brown substance is backing up into their sinks and toilets.
South Shore Residents Make A Stink Over Spills At Sewage Treatment PlantTwo-hundred gallons of diesel oil spilled when a pressurized hose blew during a fuel delivery that was meant to supply temporary outdoor generators on Thursday. The spill resulted in an unbearable odor.
Westchester Health Officials Close Some Beaches Due To Sewage Leak County health officials have issued an advisory urging all recreational boaters and swimmers to avoid the Long Island Sound until further notice.
Proposed Sewage Tank Threatens Future Of Popular Gowanus PoolThe 'Double D' pool, as it has become known, exists amid blocks of post-industrial landscape, just a stones throw away from the Gowanus Canal; the pool has been a vital resource for families and children for decades.
Park Slope Homeowners Fit To Be Tied Over Seeping SewageSome homes in Park Slope, Brooklyn, have been left in a state of disgusting disarray, after gallons of sewer water seeped in.
Tempers Rise With Floodwaters As Hoboken Residents Demand Solution To Sewage ProblemIn 2012, Sandy filled the streets and basements of Hoboken with water, that was followed by a slew of water-main breaks, and finally a series of flash floods brought on by heavy rain, that left many residents pumping out their homes once again.
Study: Sandy Dumped 11B Gallons Of Sewage Into WaterwaysThe sewage spilled into surrounding waters and even some city streets, most of it in New York City and northern New Jersey.

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