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Open Sewer Atlas NYC Project Update

For the July 30th SWIM public meeting, Open Sewer Atlas NYC project leaders Josh Eichen and Korin Tangtrakul prepared a project update. Since being awarded the Taconic Fellowship in May, the project has made a lot of progress including: Outreach in all five designated waterbodies and surrounding sewersheds (Gowanus, Newtown Creek, Alley Creek, Jamaica Bay and the [...]

SWIM’s July 30th Public Meeting

On July 30th 2014, SWIM had a public meeting in Washington Heights, hosted by CLOTH (Community League of the Heights). The focus of the meeting was on green infrastructure and affordable housing. CLOTH revealed their Green 159 Initiative, an initiative to green CLOTH properties on 159th Street. CLOTH is working with SWIM Steering Committee member Robert [...]

A Hudson River swimming pool

The latest issue of the New Yorker featured the +Pool, an ambitious Kickstarter funded project to build a pool on the Hudson River that filters water straight from the river. The designers, Dong-Ping Wong, Archie Lee Coates IV and Jeffrey Franklin, have been testing filters but have yet to find something that will filter bacteria [...]

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