Information about brownfield cleanup and redevelopment.
Information about an initiative to cut greenhouse gas, improve air quality, and fight climate change in New York City.
Get a form that helps the City evaluate the potential environmental impact of projects.
Get information about the process for evaluating the potential environmental impact of City projects.
A program to assist owners and operators of small- and mid-size private buildings in Central Brooklyn and Southern Queens complete energy and water efficiency retrofits.
Request a Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) representative to speak at a public or private function.
Get information about programs and materials for students to understand environmental issues.
Get information about active environmental research programs.
Get information on CUNY's Center for Sustainable Energy.
Information about the City's Clean Heat Program.
Recruits local job seekers to cover City rooftops with cooling reflective coating that reduces energy consumption.
A one-stop resource to help private building owners and decision-makers make energy or water upgrades and comply with local building energy laws.
Collection of food scraps, soiled paper, and yard waste from selected neighborhoods.
Get information about the rain barrel giveaway program.
Get information about a program that allows high school student to work on environmental conservation and restoration projects.
Receive a residential toilet replacement voucher to upgrade to a high-efficiency toilet.
Water fountains and bottle refill stations throughout the five boroughs.
Report asbestos that is exposed or disturbed.
Report chemical odor or chemicals that are abandoned, not stored safely, or spilled on a roadway or sidewalk.
Report a gas-related emergency or dangerous condition.
Get a brochure about harmful household products.
Get a guide to the Childhood Lead Prevention Act.
Learn about removing lead paint. Report lead paint or peeling paint in a residential building.
Get information about lead poisoning prevention or get a blood lead test.
Information about mosquitoes.
Report an oil spill.
Report a person or business that uses pesticide without giving advance notice.
Get information about the health effects of pigeon droppings and proper clean up.
Report pigeon waste or odor.
Report poison ivy on private property, school property, or in parks.
Apply for or renew a permit to install an X-ray machine or other radiation producing medical equipment.
Report radioactive material that is stored improperly or creating a risk of contamination.
Apply for a license to work with radioactive material.
Get information on events to dispose of harmful household products, electronics, and pharmaceuticals..
Report a loose syringe on a street or sidewalk.
Get information about cleaning up a trauma scene.
Get information about West Nile Virus.