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Yearly Archives: 2014

Public Notice for 2015 Annual Organization Meeting

Notice for the Annual Organization Meeting of the Board of Commissioners.

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Legal Notice of Public Hearing for Modifying Ordinances

Notice of Public Hearing

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Legal Notice of Public Hearing for Proposed Bond

Notice of Public Hearing

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District Looking to Collect Record Amount of Turkey Grease

Great Neck, NY (November 20, 2014) – This November, the Great Neck Water Pollution Control District will again be collecting used cooking oil left over from Thanksgiving, such as the oil leftover from turkey deep-fryers as part of the District’s Food to Fuel® program.

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District Unveils User-Friendly Website

Great Neck, NY, (November 06, 2014) – Recognized as an industry leader in wastewater management, the Great Neck Water Pollution Control District unveiled its updated user-friendly website today. The website, which maintains the same domain name of www.gnwpcd.net, enhances the District’s digital footprint in communicating facility operations, while providing information to both residents and contractors […]

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Turkey Grease Collection for Thanksgiving – 11/18/14

The Great Neck Water Pollution Control District will again be collecting used cooking oil left over from Thanksgiving.  The cooking oil will then be converted into Biofuel for use at the District’s plant as part of its energy savings initiative.  The District is now taking calls from residents and businesses to schedule a free at-home […]

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District Election – 10/20/2014

The District election for Board of Commissioner will be held on December 9, 2014 from 3-9 PM. See the “Election Info” section in this web site for voter eligibility, absentee ballot information and polling locations.

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East Shore Road Construction – 10/15/2014

The intersection of East Shore Road and Vista Hill Road will be partially closed during the late evening for the next two weeks to facilitate the installation of a new Nassau County drainage pipe. This is the final step of construction to the new state-of-the-art water pollution facility prior to the county’s paving of East […]

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Editorial: A Slick Solution for Used Grease

Ever wonder what happens to the grease that’s left after the fast-food restaurant cooks your burgers and fries?

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Editorial: Sewer Plant Shows How Consolidation Can Work

Flash back to 1998.  State and federal officials were seeking to reduce nitrogen flowing into Long Island Sound.

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