Established in 1936, the Interstate Environmental
Commission is a tri-state water and air pollution control agency for New
York, New Jersey, and Connecticut.
The mission of the IEC is to protect and enhance environmental quality
through cooperation, regulation, and communication between government
officials and citizens in the tri-state region.
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As the region continues to move forward post-Sandy,
IEC remains committed to informing stakeholders
regarding WWTP status/wastewater treatment capabilities
& water quality activities that are collectively taking
place in the tri-State area (NY, NJ, CT). Please follow
the links below for additional information regarding
Sandy recovery at WWTPs, ongoing water quality issues,
advisories, and monitoring efforts.
Tri-State status update of recreational advisories,
water quality monitoring, shellfish closures &
wastewater treatment plant operations
Tri-State Update on Regional Response and Water Quality
IEC provides a listing of updated Storm Sandy assistance
and water quality-related data at
IEC has compiled general information and updates
regarding post-Sandy operational status of wastewater
treatment facilities in the tri-state region
This information was
last updated on December 14, 2012
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