New York Department of Environmental Protection – Bureau of Wastewater Treatment

New York Department of Environmental Protection – Bureau of Wastewater Treatment

The Bureau of Wastewater Treatment maintains the chemical and physical integrity of NY Harbor and other local water bodies and sustains the continued use and viability of the NY water environment through: the removal of organic and toxic pollutants from the City’s wastewater. New York City’s 14 wastewater treatment plants together treat 1.3 billion gallons of wastewater daily. As a member of the Better Plants Water and Wastewater Initiative, the DOE is working with NYC to improve their energy intensity based on sector-specific metrics.

NAICS 2213, Utilities: Water, Sewage, and Other Systems

Date of Pledge: September 2015

The Bureau of Wastewater Treatment maintains the chemical and physical integrity of NY Harbor and other local water bodies and sustains the continued use and viability of the NY water environment through: the removal of organic and toxic pollutants from the City’s wastewater. New York City’s 14 wastewater treatment plants together treat 1.3 billion gallons of wastewater daily. As a member of the Better Plants Water and Wastewater Initiative, the DOE is working with NYC to improve their energy intensity based on sector-specific metrics.