NYDEC

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NYDECNew York Department of Environmental Conservation
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From 1966 to 1975, it housed the only private commercial facility for reprocessing spent nuclear fuel ever operated in the United States, run by Nuclear Fuel Services, Inc., NYDEC reports.
The population has grown steadily as moose exploit unoccupied habitat; NYDEC estimated the population at 300-500 animals in 2008 with most in and around the 25,000 [km.sup.2] Adirondack Park and Reserve in the northern third of the state.
Under the guidelines drawn out in NYDEC's Draft Brownfield Cleanup Program Guide, the Department now considers the following: "(A) whether the proposed site is idled, abandoned or underutilized; (B) whether the proposed site is unattractive for redevelopment or reuse due to the presence or reasonable perception of contamination; (C) whether properties in the immediate vicinity of the proposed site show indicators of economic distress such as commercial vacancy rates or depressed property values; and/or (D) whether the estimated cost of any necessary remedial program is likely to be significant in comparison to the anticipated value of the proposed site as redeveloped or reused."
Due to accelerated eutrophication of the Cannonsville Reservoir, the watershed is subject to P-based total maximum daily load regulation under the Clean Water Act (NYDEC, 2000).
In 1970, a yearlong field test of a pressure sewer system was completed in Albany, New York, by Environment One Corporation in cooperation with the New York Department of Environmental Conservation (NYDEC) and the U.S.
The Environmental Investigation Unit of the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYDEC) investigated the poisoning incidents.
We make the valuation of eliminating toxics by linking the NAPAP angler data with lake-specific water-quality information provided by New York's Department of Environmental Conservation (NYDEC) (1987, 1990, 1991).
According to the New York Department of Environmental Conservation (NYDEC), the waste within the landfill is contained by an impermeable clay liner, covered with a polyethylene cap, and surrounded by a trench drain system which directs contaminated ground-water to a carbon filtration unit.
We obtained and incorporated 2014 production data from state regulatory databases for New York and West Virginia (NYDEC 2014; WVDEP 2015).
Beck, Park Manager, for camping access; and NY Natural Heritage Program and NYDEC personnel, especially E.