July 22, 2014

History of Soundkeeper

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Pump Out Program

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Recent Updates

Soundkeeper takes duel actions concerning Stamford boatyard

ACTIONS:  Complaint Filed Against State DECD Seeks Environmental Evaluation and Coastal Consistency Review of Bridgewater Complex Proposed for Yacht Haven West Site   & Notice of Intervention Raises Environmental Issues in Pending Case Filed  by Strand/BLT to Review Cease and Desist Order Issued by City ZBA;  Order Requires Plan to Re-Establish Boatyard at Yacht Haven West  […]

SoundScaping for a Healthy Long Island Sound

Soundkeeper has developed an educational SoundScaping Booklet that is available to view online through our website.  Get tips on how to develop and maintain your property to best protect the Long Island Sound from harmful runoff or nutrient loads and toxic pesticides that create environmental problems in the LIS that become factors in beach closures […]

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Soundkeeper Storm Drain Markers placed by students in Fairfield County

High school students in Westport and Stratford volunteered their time marking storm drains around their schools to prevent illegal and damaging dumping from fouling Long Island Sound water quality.   Students belonging to environmental clubs at their high schools worked with Soundkeeper to educate themselves and others that dumping anything but pure water into street […]


Soundkeeper Commences Legal Action in Federal Court to Halt Sewage Pollution

Soundkeeper, in partnership with the Peconic Baykeeper, have initiated legal action against the NY State Parks and the State University of New York (SUNY) for discharging polluted wastewater from cesspools and septic systems at five state parks and a university campus, all located in waterfront locations in Suffolk County. Filed in the U.S. District Court […]

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Soundkeeper Demonstration Rain Garden

Soundkeeper has created a Demonstration Rain Garden in Fairfield County, CT to show how attractive and easy it is to create a functional stormwater remediation landscape feature as an alternative to directly discharging polluted stormwater into municipal sewer systems which lead to the Sound. Nonpoint source pollution from impervious surfaces within the Long Island Sound watershed […]

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