At the #ValentinesDay Newtown Creek Digester Egg Tours, all we could smell is ROMANCE! #loveNYC https://t.co/12ksujb54B
by NYCWater 3 months ago | via Twitter

The new playground on the Winthrop Campus in East Flatbush will not be completed until next school year, but the Green Infrastructure is already working and absorbing stormwater to help protect Jamaica Bay. https://t.co/AdCVd0QCYK
by NYCWater 3 days ago | via Twitter

We're partnering with @NYC_DOT to build #greeninfrastructure along the Belt Parkway. In addition to naturally filtering and absorbing stormwater, the green infrastructure provides important habitats for native plants. #americanwetlandsmonth #naturalnewyork https://t.co/kqniwogMPG
by NYCWater 3 days ago | via Twitter

“We Move the Earth,” contractors proclaimed on their steam shovel, working here in a trench where the Catskill Aqueduct passes under Metro-North Railroad tracks and the Saw Mill River. May 17, 1922. #tbt #TodayinNYCWaterHistory https://t.co/ndc9TJ5ndr
by NYCWater 4 days ago | via Twitter

It’s the annual counting of the eels! The growing population of glass eels in Staten Island’s Bluebelts are indicative of one thing—healthy water quality! #AmericanWetlandsMonth #NaturalNewYork https://t.co/lqV034wcHF https://t.co/LHgVqdGQcY
by NYCWater 4 days ago | via Twitter

The new https://t.co/bJXN9l8YsG campaign celebrates the many ways women can make their #NYCPowerMove. https://t.co/GxagOVLoty
by NYCWater 5 days ago | via Twitter