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Collecting Pharmaceuticals

The Great Neck Water Pollution Control District recently welcomed more than 70 local residents at its third Shed the Meds event, a free pharmaceutical drop-off program hosted at the District’s headquarters at 236 East Shore Road in Great Neck.

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Students Tour Sewer District in Great Neck

The Great Neck Water Pollution Control District recently welcomed students from Great Neck South High School for a tour of the District’s facility at 236 East Shore Road, providing students insight into an environmentally conscious wastewater treatment facility.

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LEGAL NOTICE – GREAT NECK WATER POLLUTION CONTROL DISTIRCT ANNUAL ELECTION DECEMBER 11, 2018

Notice, is hereby given that on October 11, 2018 the Board of Commissioners of the Great Neck Water Pollution Control District adopted the following resolution:

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Shed the Meds

Sunday, October 28, 2018 10:30 A.M. – 1:30 P.M.

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Public Hearing on the Proposed Revenues and Expenses for 2019

Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to Town Law §215-9(a), a public hearing will be held at District Headquarters located at 236 East Shore Road, Great Neck, New York on Thursday, September 6, 2018 at 9:30 a.m. for the purpose of conducting a hearing on the proposed revenues and expenditures of the District for the […]

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A Grand Tour

State Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie visited the North Shore and South Shore to see the consequences climate change has had on Long Island last Tuesday, with officials underscoring the importance of helping the environment.

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Saving Both Ways

Christopher Murphy is trying to put wastewater to work.

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Eateries to show proof it’s easy being green

Diners in the Great Neck area will soon see frogs in restaurants.

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District Adds Significant Enhancements

The Great Neck Water Pollution Control District (GNWPCD) plans to accelerate the schedule on a number of upgrades it will be making to its facilities at no additional cost to local taxpayers by reallocating the use of a bond it secured in 2015 and utilizing a $12.2-million grant the District was recently awarded by New […]

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Sewer District Aims to Hasten Upgrades

The Great Neck Water Pollution District plans to speed up upgrades to two of its pump stations and other facilities, its Board of Commissioners announced on Tuesday, in what they say will be of no cost to taxpayers.

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