Sustainable and Resilient Remediation
This document provides concepts and techniques of green remediation and guidance on how to apply them to DERs remedial programs, but does not specify methods or criteria to be used to quantify the effectiveness of the various green remediation concepts or remedial alternatives.
New York City Office of Environmental Remediation green and sustainable remediation webpage. NYC encopurages the inclusion of a “Sustainability Statement” in remedial action work plans. Specific topic areas are suggested but, per the site, “…Each enrollee is strongly encouraged to explore new ways to achieve sustainability goals.”
The document describes the New York State clean-up program. Provides information about organization and contacts.
New York’s technical guidance for site remediation identifies the role of green and sustainable remediation in the clean-up process.
New York State Department of health link that provides the following: “Each community is unique in terms of its strengths and vulnerabilities to climate-related health impacts. Communities across New York State are protecting health in the presence of climate change by participating in New York’s Climate Smart Communities or Cleaner, Greener Communities Programs. You can view the links below to discover how these activities are making communities more sustainable and resilient to climate health impacts.”
State of New York Department of Environmental Conservation wildfire page.
State of New York Department of Environmental Conservation wildfire risk map page.