The New York State Pollution Prevention Institute (NYSP2I) at Rochester Institute of Technology will mark a decade of creating sustainable solutions for New York state businesses and communities with three upcoming events.
The celebrations will take place over the next month to highlight the economic, environmental and social impacts that NYSP2I has made over the last decade across all corners of New York.Read More »
In 2010, NYC-EJA launched our Waterfront Justice Project, New York City’s first citywide community-based resiliency campaign. When the City of New York initiated its overhaul of the Comprehensive Waterfront Plan (Vision 2020) in 2010, NYC-EJA began our advocacy campaign to convince the Bloomberg Administration to reform waterfront designations called Significant Maritime Industrial Areas, or SMIA’s.Read More »
Learn how New York State Pollution Prevention Institute supported Full Circle Feed with uncovering alternative methods for the processing of treats that could increase the company’s efficiency, reduce energy use, and reduce waste.Read More »
The New York State Pollution Prevention Institute (NYSP21) has announced awardees of its 2017-18 Community Grants Program as part of the organization’s ongoing efforts to continue improving the health and environmental quality of New York state.Read More »
New York State Pollution Prevention Institute Director, Charles Ruffing, was showcased in a feature article in the Rochester Business Journal on May 5, 2017.Read More »
The New York State Pollution Prevention Institute (NYSP2I) at Rochester Institute of Technology has announced the winners of its annual Research & Development student competition, which provides students across the state the opportunity to promote ideas to create more sustainable schools and communities.Read More »
The Rochester Institute of Technology will receive a $70 million federal grant from the U.S. Department of Energy to lead a national consortium that will develop new ways for clean energy in manufacturing.Read More »
- Grow NYC: Rainwater Harvesting on the Gowanus Canal project will create a three-point pollution reduction strategy that can be adopted at home and in local communities; rainwater capture to reduce stormwater overflow and fresh water usage; composting to increase organics diversion and reduce waste send to landfills; and the stewardship and propagation of native plants, bioswales and gardens to capture stormwater and improve local air and quality of life.
The New York State Pollution Prevention Institute (NYSP21) has announced awardees of its 2016-17 Community Grants Program as part of the organization’s ongoing efforts to continue improving the health and environmental quality of New York state.Read More »