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Environmental Advocates of New York Records

1970-2004

The arrangement and description of this collection in 2004 and 2006 was made possible through New York State Archives Documentary Heritage Program Arrangement and Description Grants.

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Abstract

The Environmental Advocates of New York Records document the legislative activities of the organization from the 1980s through the late 1990s. The collection consists of correspondence, notes, meeting minutes, reports, memorandums, publications, news clippings, promotional material, as well as administrative files.

Summary

Creator:
Environmental Advocates (Albany, N.Y.)
Date Coverage:
1970-2004
Quantity:
90.81 cubic ft. (about 90.81 boxes)

Environmental Advocates of New York was established in Rye, New York in 1969, as the Environmental Planning Lobby. Founded as a means to form innovative environmental policy, it was one of the nation's first organized environmental activist groups. Environmental Advocates serves the people of New York as an effective and aggressive watchdog and advocates on nearly every important state environmental issue. Through advocacy, coalition building, citizen education, and policy development, Environmental Advocates works to safeguard public health and preserve New York's unique natural heritage ["EANY - About Us", Environmental Advocates of New York, (6 July 2004)].

Since its inception, Environmental Advocates have successfully lobbied on behalf of important environmental issues. A chronological list of issues and the result of Environmental Advocates attention to the issue follows. Note that not all of the issues referenced are represented in the collection.

1969 Adirondacks: The Adirondack Park Agency was created in 1971 to develop a comprehensive plan to regulate the use of private and public lands in the Park.

1972 Environmental Bond Act: The state legislature authorized an environmental bond act of $1,150,000 to preserve and enhance the quality of the state's environment through the purchase of key lands, primarily in the Adirondack and Catskill Mountains, and through the construction of air and water pollution control and solid waste facilities.

Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC): The creation of the DEC brought together in a single agency all state programs directed toward protecting and enhancing the environment. The department is responsible for the administration and enforcement of the Environmental Conservation Law.

Adirondack Boundary: Extended the boundary of the forest preserve to include endangered Champlain Valley lands.

1973-1975 State Environmental Quality Review Act: A far-reaching statute that requires appropriate state and local agencies to prepare and review a statement on the environmental impact of any proposed action that may provide a significant effect on the environment.

Freshwater Wetlands: Provided for the protection of all freshwater wetlands in the state larger than 12.4 acres. The DEC was given the authority to manage use of wetlands of any size with special characteristics.

Adirondack Rivers: One thousand thirty-three miles of Adirondack Rivers and shorelines were protected from incompatible development by this measure, which provides for their inclusion in the state's Wild, Scenic and Recreational River System.

Safe Energy: Provided for research, development and implementation of new energy technologies, especially those using solar and wind power.

1976-1979 Urban Cultural Parks and Forestry Program: Required the Office of Parks and Recreation to develop a statewide system of Urban Cultural Parks, utilizing urban cultural resources for recreation, tourism and educational purposes. The forestry program encourages the improvement of urban neighborhoods through a tree planting program.

Energy Planning: Required the State Energy Office to draft a state energy master plan. The plan led to comprehensive energy planning for the state.

Toxic Substance Control: Required the identification of inactive hazardous waste sites in the state and the development of remedial programs for those sites. The law also placed primary financial responsibility for remediation on site owners and identifiable hazardous waste generators who used the site for disposal.

1980-1983 Energy: Passed bills to make solar wind devices eligible for low-interest loans under the Home Insulation and Energy Conservation Act; upgraded appliance efficiency standards; required an increased fuel economy standard for state vehicles; and required sellers of property to disclose the average heating and cooling requirement to potential purchasers.

State Superfund: Modeled after the federal program, New York was one of the first states to create a fund for the cleanup of inactive hazardous waste sites -- those industrial sites that have been abandoned or are derelict after the dumping of toxic waste. Superfund sites have proven to be severe health risk to citizens in the state.

Toxic Substance and Hazardous Waste: In response to the tragic revelations at Love Canal, bills were passed to advise workers of the hazards of the chemicals to which they are exposed and to increase penalties for improper disposal of toxic and hazardous substances.

Returnable Beverage Container Law: Still the most effective solid waste program in the state today, the Bottle Bill, as it is commonly referred to, required a $.05 deposit on certain beverage containers. The Bottle Bill has been responsible for an increase in recycling and decrease in litter.

Coastal Management Act: The Act established a program to limit development in erosion hazard areas, such as dunes and barrier islands, which provide natural protection to shoreowners from flooding and storm damage. The Act also provides state assistance to localities for waterfront planning and directs the Department of Environmental Conservation to preserve costal resources, natural areas, as well as fish and wildlife habitat.

1984-1986 Acid Deposition: New York became the first state in the nation to enact legislation requiring a reduction in the emissions of sulfur dioxide. The law was designed to achieve a final reduction of 245,000 tons per year.

Hazardous Waste Incineration: Required strict monitoring of hazardous waste incinerators by the Department of Environmental Conservation by requiring stack emissions tests and continuous monitoring of certain operating parameters.

Additions to the Wild, Scenic, and Recreational Rivers System: Designated more than 100 miles of additional river to the state system, which protected it from development and misuse.

Shoreham Nuclear Power Plant: By authorizing the acquisition of the Long Island Lighting Company by a public power authority, the legislation gave the governor the leverage necessary to prevent the opening of the Shoreham nuclear facility. After years of fitful negotiations, the agreement to close Shoreham was completed in 1989.

Community Gardens: Created an Office of Community Gardens to identify all open space suitable for community gardens and to assist local organizations in running such programs.

Environmental Bond Act: Passed a $1.45 billion Environmental Bond Act with $1.2 billion for an eleven year toxic cleanup program and $250 million for land acquisition of forest preserves, environmentally sensitive areas, municipal parks, and historic preservation.

Toxics Torts: Allowed individuals, who were previously barred from bringing suit, to sue for injuries caused by exposure to certain toxic substances.

Toxic Crime: Extended penalties to persons who cause or contribute to the release of hazardous or acutely hazardous substances, thereby making environmentally damaging dumping practices illegal.

Recycled Paper Purchases by the State: Directs the Office of General Services (OGS) to buy recycled paper products whenever they meet minimum quality standards and fall within ten percent of the lowest bid for virgin materials. The OGS must also develop mandatory source separation programs for waste paper at all facilities.

1987-1989 Clean Indoor Air Act: Prohibits smoking in most public indoor facilities to protect citizens from the dangers of second hand smoke.

Hudson River Estuary Management Act: Required the development of a comprehensive fifteen-year estuarine management plan, covering the area from the Federal Dam at Troy to the Verrazano Narrows Bridge.

Sole Source Aquifer Protection: Created nine special groundwater protection areas on Long Island and established a process for the designation of additional areas within federally designated sole source aquifer areas in counties with populations exceeding one million inhabitants.

Standby Contractors: To enable DEC to react more expeditiously to remediate hazardous spills and inactive hazardous waste sites, the bill gave the Department the authority to enter into standby contracts to cleanup such sites, take emergency action, and investigate improper storage and disposal of hazardous waste sites.

Hudson River Valley Greenway: Directed a study of the Hudson River Valley form the northern boundary of New York City to the southern boundary of the Adirondack Park with the intent of establishing a greenway to protect wildlife habitats, historic sites, wetlands, and other significant areas.

Transfer Development Rights (TDR): This creative measure was intended to lead to greater protection in the area of open space protection. TDR allows the transfer of development rights for compensation form one parcel to a second parcel, which may be non-contiguous and under different ownership for the purpose of keeping the first parcel undeveloped.

Low-Flow Fixtures: This bill required that all new construction and renovations use 1.6 gallon toilets, rather than the standard 4-6 gallon size. The reduced size would save millions of gallons of water each day statewide with no loss in efficiency.

1990-1994 Lead Poisoning Prevention Act: The initiative required universal screening of all infants in New York State for lead poisoning and established the Governor's Advisory Council of Lead Poisoning Prevention.

Clean Air Compliance Act: The bill provides the state with the authority to implement the federal Clean Air Act Amendments and improve New York's unhealthy air quality.

Environmental Protection Act: The Legislature created an environmental trust fund, which provides $100 million annually for a range of programs, including land preservation and recycling.

1995-1999 The Clean Water/Clean Air Bond Act: Backed by enthusiastic support from the environmental community, the Governor's $1.75 billion environmental bond act was passed by the Legislature and ratified by voters with the money to be used for environmental infrastructure, land acquisition, water access, and environmental compliance.

The Pesticide Reporting Law: This bill made critical information on pesticide usage by farmers and commercial applicators available for the first time to researchers and the public.

Heavy Duty Diesel Inspection and Maintenance: Lawmakers passed a long-sought clean air measure requiring DEC to establish emissions standards and an inspection program for diesel vehicles.

The Hudson River Park Act: Fourteen years after the defeat of the Westway superhighway project, the legislature passed an agreement reached between state, city, community, and environmental representatives that provided a framework for a five mile long linear park between Battery Park City and 59th street [Quoted from Celebrating 30 Years: Environmental Advocates 1969-1999]. Environmental Advocates continues to serve the people of New York State as effective and aggressive environmental stewards and advocates on nearly every important state environmental issue. Environmental Advocates of New York is a non profit organization with over 7,000 individual members and 130 organizational members [November 8, 1999]. For more information about Environmental Advocates, consult the group's website.

Presidents and executive directors oversee the management of the organization. Former presidents and executive directors include:

Presidents

David Sive
Richard Allen
Garrison Corwin
J. Henry Neale, Jr.
Richard Booth
Marcia Hopple
Robert Stover
Peter Borelli
Philip Weinberg
Warren Liebold, 1986-
James Dawson
James T.B. Tripp
Oakes Ames
.

Executive Directors

Tome Urmy
Marilyn DuBois
Bernard Melewski
Judith Enck
Larry Shapiro
Lee Wasserman, -1996
Val Washington, 1996-2003
Robert J. Moore, 2004-
.

The bulk of the records of Environmental Advocates (EA) of New York document the legislative activities of the organization from the 1980s through the late 1990s. The records consist of correspondence, notes, meeting minutes, reports, memorandums, publications, news clippings, promotional material, as well as the administrative files of Lee Wasserman, Val Washington, and Loretta Simon. The records of the Environmental Advocates of New York are divided into five series: Legislative Issues, Lee Wasserman, Valerie Washington, Loretta Simon, General Correspondence, Publications, Audio Visuals, Subject Files, and Special Events.

The strength of the collection lies in the Legislative Issues series, which documents in detail the Environmental Advocates' position on nineteen issues, including acid rain, the Bottle Bill, energy, hazardous waste, pesticides, solid waste, and water, among others.

Conspicuously absent in the collection is material related to the early issues championed by the antecedent Environmental Planning Lobby, particularly any substantive material related to the Adirondacks. Also missing is any substantial representation of high level organizational or policy decisions, such as board of director meeting minutes or other meeting minutes.

Related Collections in the M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives can be found in the subject guide for Conservation and the Environment. Of particular interest are the records of New York Coalition for Alternatives to Pesticides (APAP-151), the Sierra Club Atlantic Chapter(APAP-130), and Citizens' Environmental Coalition (APAP-197).

The collection is organized as follows:

Series 1: Legislative Issues, 1930-2004
Subseries 1: Acid Rain, 1973-1993
Subseries 2: Air, 1984-1996
Subseries 3: Bottle Bill, 1971-1995
Subseries 4: Energy, 1970-1994
Subseries 5: Funding, 1972-1995
Subseries 6: Hazardous Waste, 1972-1995
Subseries 7: Land Use, 1967-2000
Subseries 8: Lead, 1987-1994
Subseries 9: Miscellaneous, 1973-2004
Subseries 10: Parks and Wilderness, 1977-1999
Subseries 11: Pesticides, 1978-1998
Subseries 12: Solid Waste Management, 1974-1995
Subseries 13: Tobacco, 1988-1997
Subseries 14: Transportation, 1971-1996
Subseries 15: Water, 1930-1995
Subseries 16: Wetlands, 1975-1995
Subseries 17: Wildlife, 1976-1991
Series 2: Val Washington, 1985-1998
Subseries 1: Hudson River Park, 1996-1998
Subseries 2: Subject Files, 1985-1998
Series 3: Lee Wasserman, 1984-2002
Subseries 1: Administrative Files, 1985-2002
Subseries 2: Subject Files, 1984-1996
Series 4: Loretta Simon, 1979-1997
Subseries 1: Administrative Files, 1987-1997
Subseries 2: Subject Files, 1983-1997
Subseries 3: Projects, 1979-1997
Series 5: General Correspondence, 1984-1989
Series 6: Publications, 1972-2006
Subseries 1: Environmental Advocates Publications, 1972-2004
Subseries 2: Publications of Others, 1975-2002
Series 7: Audio Visuals, 1989-1995
Subseries 1: Audio, 1989-1992
Subseries 2: Moving Images, 1989-1995
Series 8: Subject Files, 1980-1995
Series 9: Special Events, 1989-2001
.

All items in this manuscript group were donated to the University Libraries, M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, by Environmental Advocates of New York in January 2001 and November 2004.

Processed by: Peter Runge, Heather Harrington, Christina Moustardas, Amy C. Schindler (June 2004); Tim Bridgman (April 2006) in 2004.

Collection record created by: Conversion and encoding by ArchProteus,

Published: 2014

EAD file created, 2014

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Copyright Statement

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Preferred citation for this material is as follows:

Identification of specific item, series, box, folder, Environmental Advocates of New York Records 1970-2004 (APAP-104). M. E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, University Libraries, University at Albany, State University of New York (hereafter referred to as the Environmental Advocates of New York Records).

Contents of Collection

Quantity: 58.4 cubic ft. (about 58.4 boxes)
The Legislative Issues series contains reports, draft reports, correspondence, notes, guidelines, fact sheets, legislation, testimony, memorandums, and news clippings pertaining to the various environmental issues pursued by Environmental Advocates. The series is further divided into eighteen subseries, including: Acid Rain, Adirondacks, Air, Bottle Bill, Energy, Funding, Hazardous Waste, Land Use, Lead, Parks and Wilderness, Pesticides, Solid Waste Management, Tobacco, Transportation, Water, Wetlands, and Wild Life. The subseries are arranged alphabetically by subseries title and thereunder by folder title.
Arranged alphabetically.
Quantity: 1.0 cubic ft. (about 1.0 boxes)
The Acid Rain subseries contains reports, news clippings, testimony, and legislation related to the health effects of acid rain in New York and other states.
Arranged alphabetically.
BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap104-1.1_1

11Acid Rain and Transported Air Pollutants1984

nam_apap104-1.1_2

12Clean Air Act1982-1988

nam_apap104-1.1_3

13Clean Coal Technology1987

nam_apap104-1.1_4

14Clippings1984-1988

nam_apap104-1.1_5

15Fact Sheets1983

nam_apap104-1.1_6

16Federal Legislation1981-1988

nam_apap104-1.1_7

17General Information1973-1990

nam_apap104-1.1_8

18General Information1983-1991

nam_apap104-1.1_9

19Health Effects1977-1987

nam_apap104-1.1_10

110International1982-1985

nam_apap104-1.1_11

111Lake Liming1980-1989

nam_apap104-1.1_12

112Legislation1993

nam_apap104-1.1_13

113Lilco Exemption Bill1977, 1984-ca. 1990

nam_apap104-1.1_14

114New York State1978-1988

nam_apap104-1.1_15

115New York State1983-1988

nam_apap104-1.1_16

116New York State, Publications1983-1987

nam_apap104-1.1_17

117Nitrogen Deposition Program1985

nam_apap104-1.1_18

118Other States1981-1982

nam_apap104-1.1_19

119PH Broadcasting1981-1987

nam_apap104-1.1_20

120Reports1976, 1980-1993

nam_apap104-1.1_21

121Reports1984-1986

nam_apap104-1.1_22

122Testimony1983-1984, 1988-1989

nam_apap104-1.1_23

123Acid RainUndated
Quantity: 3.2 cubic ft. (about 3.2 boxes)
The Air subseries contains material related to the issues of air pollution, the Group Against Smog and Pollution, air quality, clean air, ozone, and low emission vehicles (LEV).
Arranged alphabetically.
BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap104-1.2_1

11Activist Directory1992

nam_apap104-1.2_2

12Air Management Advisory Committee1991-1993

nam_apap104-1.2_3

13Air Pollution Health Study1995

nam_apap104-1.2_4

14Air Quality1987-1997

nam_apap104-1.2_5

15California Standards1988, 1993

nam_apap104-1.2_6

16Campaign Contributions1992

nam_apap104-1.2_7

17Chemical Companies, Union Carbide1984-1986

nam_apap104-1.2_8

18Children and Ozone, Study1995

nam_apap104-1.2_9

19Chlorofluorocarbons (CFC)1989

nam_apap104-1.2_10

110Clean Air, Auto Emissions Inspection and Maintenance, Article1995

nam_apap104-1.2_11

111Clean Air, Auto Emissions Inspection and Maintenance, Maine and Pennsylvania1994

nam_apap104-1.2_12

112Clean Air, Auto Emissions Inspection and Maintenance, Pataki, George, Administration1995

nam_apap104-1.2_13

113Clean Air, Auto Emissions Inspection and Maintenance, Program1995

nam_apap104-1.2_14

114Clean Air, Auto Emissions Inspection and Maintenance, Study1991

nam_apap104-1.2_15

115Clean Air, Auto Emissions Inspection and Maintenance, Testimony1995

nam_apap104-1.2_16

116Clean Air, Camet Company1992

nam_apap104-1.2_17

117Clean Air, Citizen's Lobby, Campaign1992

nam_apap104-1.2_18

118Clean Air, Corning Incorporated1992

nam_apap104-1.2_19

119Clean Air, Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC)1989

nam_apap104-1.2_20

120Clean Air, Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Packet1992

nam_apap104-1.2_21

121Clean Air, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), TestimonyUndated

nam_apap104-1.2_22

122Clean Air, Ford Correspondence to Bragman1992

nam_apap104-1.2_23

123Clean Air, Related Correspondence1992

nam_apap104-1.2_24

124Clean Air, Sponsor List1992

nam_apap104-1.2_25

125Clean Air Act1981

nam_apap104-1.2_26

126Clean Air Act1982-1985

nam_apap104-1.2_27

127Clean Air Act1985-1986

nam_apap104-1.2_28

128Clean Air Act1987-1988

nam_apap104-1.2_29

129Clean Air Act, Background1989-1993

nam_apap104-1.2_30

130Clean Air Act, Bills and Memorandums1980-1988

nam_apap104-1.2_31

131Clean Air Act, Correspondence1985, 1991

nam_apap104-1.2_32

132Clean Air Act, Emissions Offsets1992-1993

nam_apap104-1.2_33

133Clean Air Act, Employee Trip Reduction1993-1994

nam_apap104-1.2_34

134Clean Air Act, Fact Sheets1993

nam_apap104-1.2_35

135Clean Air Act, Implementation1991-1992

nam_apap104-1.2_36

136Clean Air Act, Inspection and Maintenance1994

nam_apap104-1.2_37

137Clean Air Act, News Clippings1983-1986

nam_apap104-1.2_38

138Clean Air Act, Standards1992

nam_apap104-1.2_39

139Clean Air Act, Testimony1991, 1993

nam_apap104-1.2_40

140Clean Air Bill, Original Copies1992

nam_apap104-1.2_41

141Clean Air Coalition1992

nam_apap104-1.2_42

142Clean Air Legislation1990-1994

nam_apap104-1.2_43

143Clean Air Network1992-1995

nam_apap104-1.2_44

144Clean Air Resource Directory1994

nam_apap104-1.2_45

145Climate Change, Greenhouse Effect, Clippings1988-1989

nam_apap104-1.2_46

146Correspondence and Memorandums1992

nam_apap104-1.2_47

147Department of Environmental Conservation, Division of Air1981-1986

nam_apap104-1.2_48

148Clean Air, Public Transit1992

nam_apap104-1.2_49

21Dry Cleaning, Reports1992

nam_apap104-1.2_50

22Dry Cleaning, Reports1993 March

nam_apap104-1.2_51

23Dry Cleaning, Reports1993 May

nam_apap104-1.2_52

24Dry Cleaning, Negotiated Regulations1990-1993

nam_apap104-1.2_53

25Dry Cleaning, Regulations1993

nam_apap104-1.2_54

26Emissions Control Technology1991

nam_apap104-1.2_55

27Emissions, Miscellaneous1989

nam_apap104-1.2_56

28Fact Sheets1992

nam_apap104-1.2_57

29General Information1972-1983

nam_apap104-1.2_58

210General Information1984-1987

nam_apap104-1.2_59

211Group Against Smog and Pollution1987-1989

nam_apap104-1.2_60

212Group Against Smog and Pollution, General Accounting Agency1984-1989

nam_apap104-1.2_61

213Group Against Smog and Pollution, Great Lakes United1985-1988

nam_apap104-1.2_62

214Group Against Smog and Pollution, Greenpeace1986-1988

nam_apap104-1.2_63

215Incinerators, Brooklyn Navy Yard1984, 1992

nam_apap104-1.2_64

216Indoor Air, Bibliography1985

nam_apap104-1.2_65

217Indoor Air, Correspondence1988-1989

nam_apap104-1.2_66

218Indoor Air, Fact Sheets and News Releases1989

nam_apap104-1.2_67

219Indoor Air, Legislation1988-1989, 1992-1993

nam_apap104-1.2_68

220Indoor Air, Reports and Studies1988-1989

nam_apap104-1.2_69

221Inhalable Particulate Matter1995-1996

nam_apap104-1.2_70

222Inhalable Particulate Matter, Comments1996

nam_apap104-1.2_71

223Inhalable Particulate Matter, Reports1995

nam_apap104-1.2_72

224Inhalable Particulate Matter, State Implementation Plan1995-1996

nam_apap104-1.2_73

225Legislation1989-1990

nam_apap104-1.2_74

226Legislation1991

nam_apap104-1.2_75

227Legislation, Bills1992

nam_apap104-1.2_76

228Legislation, Bills1993

nam_apap104-1.2_77

229Global Warming Ozone1986-1987

nam_apap104-1.2_78

230The Threat of Global Climate Change-What Can New Yorkers Do?1994

nam_apap104-1.2_79

31Legislation, Correspondence and Memorandums1993

nam_apap104-1.2_80

32Legislation, News Releases1993

nam_apap104-1.2_81

33Low Emission Vehicles (LEV), Correspondence1991-1994

nam_apap104-1.2_82

34Low Emission Vehicles (LEV), Fact Sheets1991-1992

nam_apap104-1.2_83

35Low Emission Vehicles (LEV), Health Effects1989-1992

nam_apap104-1.2_84

36Low Emission Vehicles (LEV), Hearings1991

nam_apap104-1.2_85

37Low Emission Vehicles (LEV), Litigation1991-1992

nam_apap104-1.2_86

38Low Emission Vehicles (LEV), Litigation1992

nam_apap104-1.2_87

39Low Emission Vehicles (LEV), Litigation1993-1994

nam_apap104-1.2_88

310Low Emission Vehicles (LEV), Litigation1995

nam_apap104-1.2_89

311Low Emission Vehicles (LEV), Litigation, Exhibits, Vol. 1Undated

nam_apap104-1.2_90

312Low Emission Vehicles (LEV), Litigation, Exhibitions, Vol. 2Undated

nam_apap104-1.2_91

313Low Emission Vehicles (LEV), Memorandums in Opposition1992

nam_apap104-1.2_92

314Low Emission Vehicles (LEV), News Releases1992

nam_apap104-1.2_93

315Low Emission Vehicles (LEV), Northeast States for Coordinated Air Use Management (NESCAUM)1988

nam_apap104-1.2_94

316Low Emission Vehicles (LEV), Reports1989-1991

nam_apap104-1.2_95

317Low Emission Vehicles (LEV), Senate Debates1992

nam_apap104-1.2_96

318Low Emission Vehicles (LEV), Testimony1991-1993

nam_apap104-1.2_97

319Low Emission Vehicles (LEV), Transcripts1991

nam_apap104-1.2_98

320New York State Legislation1982-1987

nam_apap104-1.2_99

321News Releases and Editorials1992

nam_apap104-1.2_100

322Ozone1964, 1987-1991

nam_apap104-1.2_101

323Pollution, Health Effects1994

nam_apap104-1.2_102

324Pollution Inventories1992

nam_apap104-1.2_103

325Radon1979-1991

nam_apap104-1.2_104

326Radon1979-1991

nam_apap104-1.2_105

327Radon1986-1988

nam_apap104-1.2_106

41Regulations1991-1992

nam_apap104-1.2_107

42Reports1981, 1985, 1986

nam_apap104-1.2_108

43Reports1989-1990

nam_apap104-1.2_109

44Reports1992

nam_apap104-1.2_110

45State Implementation Plan, Correspondence1993

nam_apap104-1.2_111

46State Implementation Plan, Miscellaneous1992-1994

nam_apap104-1.2_112

47Toxic Air1986-1989

nam_apap104-1.2_113

48State Air Toxics Program1994

nam_apap104-1.2_114

49Transcripts1992

nam_apap104-1.2_115

51Radon and the Environment Conference1986
Quantity: 4.0 cubic ft. (about 4.0 boxes)
The Bottle Bill subseries contains correspondence, memorandums, legislative materials, testimony, and news clippings. Folders of interest include "Bottle Bill Commission, 1985", containing a report entitled "The New York Returnable Beverage Container Law: The First Year;" "Correspondence, 1977-1983;" and the folders entitled "Liter Memorandums."
Arranged alphabetically.
BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap104-1.3_1

11Beverage Monopoly1972-1973, 1978, 1981

nam_apap104-1.3_2

12Bottle Bill Commission1983-1984

nam_apap104-1.3_3

13Bottle Bill Commission1985

nam_apap104-1.3_4

14Bottle Bill Notebook, John Ziegler1978

nam_apap104-1.3_5

15Boycott Materials1974, 1980

nam_apap104-1.3_6

16Canvassers, New York Public Interest Research Group, Inc.1979-1983

nam_apap104-1.3_7

17Connecticut1979-1982

nam_apap104-1.3_8

18Conservation of Resources1973-1978

nam_apap104-1.3_9

19Contacts1974-1982

nam_apap104-1.3_10

110Correspondence1977-1983

nam_apap104-1.3_11

111Department of Environmental Conservation (NYS)1977-1983

nam_apap104-1.3_12

112Department of Environmental Conservation (NYS)1984-1986

nam_apap104-1.3_13

113Disposal1982-1983

nam_apap104-1.3_14

114Employee Dislocation Allowance Fund1980

nam_apap104-1.3_15

115Employment1972-1975, 1979, 1980-1984

nam_apap104-1.3_16

116Energy Savings1973, 1976, 1978, 1980-1981

nam_apap104-1.3_17

117Fund Receipts1981-1982

nam_apap104-1.3_18

118Governor's Office, New York1975, 1981-1982

nam_apap104-1.3_19

119Health Hazards1980-1981

nam_apap104-1.3_20

120"Important Miscellaneous"1974-1983

nam_apap104-1.3_21

121Industry Reaction1972-1980

nam_apap104-1.3_22

122Industry Reaction1981-1984

nam_apap104-1.3_23

123Industry Techniques1970-1982

nam_apap104-1.3_24

124Keep America Beautiful1968, 1974-1975

nam_apap104-1.3_25

125Legislative Materials1971-1980

nam_apap104-1.3_26

126"Beer Wholesalers Foam Over Governor's 'Nickel Bill'", Legislative Gazette22 February 1994

nam_apap104-1.3_27

21Legislative Materials1981-1984

nam_apap104-1.3_28

22Litter1976-1984

nam_apap104-1.3_29

23Litter, Memorandums1974-1980

nam_apap104-1.3_30

24Litter, Memorandums1981

nam_apap104-1.3_31

25Litter, Memorandums1982-1984

nam_apap104-1.3_32

26Litter, Tax1982

nam_apap104-1.3_33

27Local Deposit Ordinance1973-1980

nam_apap104-1.3_34

28Local Deposit Ordinance1981-1982

nam_apap104-1.3_35

29Maine1973-1981

nam_apap104-1.3_36

210Milk Cartons1988-1992

nam_apap104-1.3_37

211National Legislation1973-1987

nam_apap104-1.3_38

212New York City Litter Abatement Bill (TLC)1982

nam_apap104-1.3_39

213New York Public Interest Research Group, Inc.1974-1980

nam_apap104-1.3_40

214New York State1978-1984

nam_apap104-1.3_41

31New York State Litter Abatement Bill1980-1982

nam_apap104-1.3_42

32News Clippings1978-1982

nam_apap104-1.3_43

33News Clippings1980-1981

nam_apap104-1.3_44

34News Clippings1980-1982

nam_apap104-1.3_45

35News Clippings1980-1982

nam_apap104-1.3_46

36News Clippings1982-1984

nam_apap104-1.3_47

37Notebook, UnidentifiedUndated

nam_apap104-1.3_48

38Original Copies1975, 1981-1982

nam_apap104-1.3_49

39Other States1973-1986

nam_apap104-1.3_50

310Other States, Iowa1978-1980

nam_apap104-1.3_51

311Other States, Maine1979

nam_apap104-1.3_52

312Other States, Massachusetts1979-1982

nam_apap104-1.3_53

313Other States, Michigan1978-1980

nam_apap104-1.3_54

314Other States, Michigan1981

nam_apap104-1.3_55

315Overall Perspective1973-1979

nam_apap104-1.3_56

316Overall Perspective1980-1982

nam_apap104-1.3_57

317Overall PerspectiveUndated

nam_apap104-1.3_58

318Pennsylvania1975-1981

nam_apap104-1.3_59

319Plastics1972-1979

nam_apap104-1.3_60

320Plastics1980-1986

nam_apap104-1.3_61

321Promotional Material1975-1983

nam_apap104-1.3_62

322Public Opinion1973-1975, 1978, 1982

nam_apap104-1.3_63

41Recycling1981-1982

nam_apap104-1.3_64

42References1975-1980

nam_apap104-1.3_65

43Retailers1975, 1978, 1985

nam_apap104-1.3_66

44Solid Waste1971-1983

nam_apap104-1.3_67

45State Liquor Authority1975, 1978, 1982

nam_apap104-1.3_68

46Strategy Ideas1973-1983

nam_apap104-1.3_69

47Testimony1974-1979

nam_apap104-1.3_70

48Testimony1980-1984

nam_apap104-1.3_71

49Unions1979-1982

nam_apap104-1.3_72

410Vermont1973-1977

nam_apap104-1.3_73

411Inconspicious Consumption, G.O. Koppell1981

nam_apap104-1.3_74

412Moreland Act Commission on the Returnable Container Act1990

nam_apap104-1.3_75

413The New York Returnable Beverage Container Law: The First Year1995

nam_apap104-1.3_76

414Economic and Environmental Impacts of Hoosier Bottle Bill, T. Wathen1977
Quantity: 7.0 cubic ft. (about 7.0 boxes)
The Energy subseries contains material related to the Home Insulation and Energy Conservation Program, food irradiation, appliance efficiency, state energy office, state master plan, James Bay in Quebec, and the following energy sources: coal, nuclear, solar, hydro, wind, and oil.
Arranged alphabetically.
BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap104-1.4_1

11Alternative Energy1984-1986

nam_apap104-1.4_2

12Alternative Energy, Anderson 15 Point Bill (SG438)1985

nam_apap104-1.4_3

13Appliance Efficiency, New York State1983-1992

nam_apap104-1.4_4

14Article VIII, Power Pool Siting Guide1976, 1979, 1983

nam_apap104-1.4_5

15Chernobyl1979-1980, 1986-1987

nam_apap104-1.4_6

16Chernobyl Clippings1986-1988

nam_apap104-1.4_7

17Citizen, Utility1983-1985

nam_apap104-1.4_8

18Clippings, General1978, 1985-1988

nam_apap104-1.4_9

19Coal1978-1982

nam_apap104-1.4_10

110Coal, Conservation, Acid Precipitation Testimony on 860611983

nam_apap104-1.4_11

111Coal, Conservation, General Information1975, 1981-1985

nam_apap104-1.4_12

112Coal, Conservation, Legislation1981-1983

nam_apap104-1.4_13

113Coal, Conservation, Niagara Mohawk Glenmont Plant1982

nam_apap104-1.4_14

114Coal, Conservation and SO2 Emissions1976, 1979-1983

nam_apap104-1.4_15

115Coal, Conservation Testimony1982 January 27

nam_apap104-1.4_16

116Coal, Conservation Testimony1982 August 17

nam_apap104-1.4_17

117Coal, New York State, SO2 Emissions Policy, Testimony1983

nam_apap104-1.4_18

118Cogeneration1982-1983, 1988-1989

nam_apap104-1.4_19

119Conservation, Bills1979-1981

nam_apap104-1.4_20

120Conservation Case #282231982

nam_apap104-1.4_21

121Conservation Case #282231983

nam_apap104-1.4_22

122Conservation Case #282231984-1988

nam_apap104-1.4_23

123Clean Energy PledgeUndated

nam_apap104-1.4_24

21Conservation, Home Insulation and Energy Conservation Program1981

nam_apap104-1.4_25

22Conservation, Home Insulation and Energy Conservation Program1982

nam_apap104-1.4_26

23Conservation, Home Insulation and Energy Conservation Program1983

nam_apap104-1.4_27

24Conservation, Home Insulation and Energy Conservation Program1984

nam_apap104-1.4_28

25Conservation, Home Insulation and Energy Conservation Program1985, 1988

nam_apap104-1.4_29

26Conservation, New York State Legislation1981-1989

nam_apap104-1.4_30

27Consumption1979-1982, 1988

nam_apap104-1.4_31

28Conversion Alternatives1994-1995

nam_apap104-1.4_32

29Department of Energy, Appliance Efficiency1978-1982

nam_apap104-1.4_33

210Department of Energy, Appliance Efficiency1983-1985

nam_apap104-1.4_34

211Department of Energy, Appliance Efficiency1986 January-1986 April

nam_apap104-1.4_35

212Department of Energy, Appliance Efficiency1986 May-1986 December

nam_apap104-1.4_36

213Department of Energy, Appliance EfficiencyUndated

nam_apap104-1.4_37

214Department of Energy, Appliance Efficiency, Regulations and General Information1980-1987

nam_apap104-1.4_38

215Department of Energy, California Appliance Efficiency Standards1981, 1983

nam_apap104-1.4_39

216Department of Energy, California Appliance Efficiency Standards1984

nam_apap104-1.4_40

217Department of Energy, California Appliance Efficiency Standards1985, 1987

nam_apap104-1.4_41

218Energy Advocates Coalition1983-1985

nam_apap104-1.4_42

219Energy Advocates Coalition1984, 1986

nam_apap104-1.4_43

220Energy Conservation1984-1991

nam_apap104-1.4_44

221Energy Films and Publications1975-1984

nam_apap104-1.4_45

31Environmental Conservation, Hazardous Substance Remediation Responsibility Act (ECRA)1987

nam_apap104-1.4_46

32Exxon Overcharge Money1986, 1988

nam_apap104-1.4_47

33Food Irradiation1981-1985

nam_apap104-1.4_48

34Food Irradiation1986

nam_apap104-1.4_49

35Food Irradiation1987-1989

nam_apap104-1.4_50

36Food Irradiation1988-1989

nam_apap104-1.4_51

37Food IrradiationUndated

nam_apap104-1.4_52

38Food Irradiation, News Clippings1985-1988

nam_apap104-1.4_53

39Future Electric Needs Case1986, 1987

nam_apap104-1.4_54

310General Information1978-1982

nam_apap104-1.4_55

311General Information1983-1986

nam_apap104-1.4_56

312General Information1987

nam_apap104-1.4_57

313Great Lakes1984-1986

nam_apap104-1.4_58

314Great Lakes1987

nam_apap104-1.4_59

315Great Lakes1988

nam_apap104-1.4_60

316Home Insulation and Energy Conservation Act (HIECA), General Information1983-1984

nam_apap104-1.4_61

317Home Insulation and Energy Conservation Act (HIECA), General Information1984-1987

nam_apap104-1.4_62

318Hydro Power1980-1984

nam_apap104-1.4_63

319Hydro Power1985-1989

nam_apap104-1.4_64

320Hydro, River Protection and Small Power Production Act1987

nam_apap104-1.4_65

321Jobs and the Environment1991

nam_apap104-1.4_66

322Irradiated Food, Miscellaneous1987-1989

nam_apap104-1.4_67

323How to Save Energy and Money in Your HomeUndated

nam_apap104-1.4_68

324How Congress Voted on Energy and the Environment1983-1984

nam_apap104-1.4_69

41James Bay, Correspondence1990-1991

nam_apap104-1.4_70

42James Bay, Correspondence1992-1993

nam_apap104-1.4_71

43James Bay, Fact Sheets1990

nam_apap104-1.4_72

44James Bay, Legislation1990-1993

nam_apap104-1.4_73

45James Bay, New York State Planning Report1991

nam_apap104-1.4_74

46James Bay, Prudent Residents Opposed to Electric Cable Transmission (PROTECT)1990-1992

nam_apap104-1.4_75

47James Bay, Prudent Residents Opposed to Electric Cable Transmission (PROTECT)1992-1993

nam_apap104-1.4_76

48James Bay, Reports1982-1992

nam_apap104-1.4_77

49James Bay, Testimony1992

nam_apap104-1.4_78

410Kerosene Heaters1979-1984

nam_apap104-1.4_79

51Landfill Gas Recovery1994-1995

nam_apap104-1.4_80

52Least Cost Energy1986

nam_apap104-1.4_81

53Liquefied Natural Gas1978, 1984, 1987

nam_apap104-1.4_82

54Long Range Planning1983-1984

nam_apap104-1.4_83

55Long Range Planning1985-1987

nam_apap104-1.4_84

56Natural Gas1984-1993

nam_apap104-1.4_85

57Natural Gas Buses in the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA), New York City Transit Bus Fleet, Final Report1996

nam_apap104-1.4_86

58Natural Gas Buses, Steering Committee, Final Report1996

nam_apap104-1.4_87

59New York State Research and Development Authority1981-1990

nam_apap104-1.4_88

510Nuclear, Consultants1987

nam_apap104-1.4_89

511Nuclear, Decommissioning1987

nam_apap104-1.4_90

512Nuclear, Department of Health, Monitoring Low Level Radioactive Waste1980-1988

nam_apap104-1.4_91

513Nuclear, Emergency Planning1986-1987

nam_apap104-1.4_92

514Nuclear, Financial Incentive Mechanism for Nuclear Plant Safety1987

nam_apap104-1.4_93

515Nuclear, General Information1978-1989

nam_apap104-1.4_94

516Nuclear, Global Radiation Victims1987-1988

nam_apap104-1.4_95

517Nuclear, Global Warming and Nuclear Power1988

nam_apap104-1.4_96

518Nuclear, News Clippings1982-1988

nam_apap104-1.4_97

519Nuclear, Shoreham1983-1985

nam_apap104-1.4_98

520Nuclear, Shoreham1986-1988

nam_apap104-1.4_99

521Nuclear, Super Collider1986-1988

nam_apap104-1.4_100

522Nuclear, Three Mile Island1985-1987

nam_apap104-1.4_101

523Nuclear Transportation1980-1983

nam_apap104-1.4_102

524Nuclear, Transportation1984-1988

nam_apap104-1.4_103

525Nuclear Weapons1982-1986

nam_apap104-1.4_104

526Niagra Mohawk1993

nam_apap104-1.4_105

527Non-Ionizing Radiation1992

nam_apap104-1.4_106

528Pace Energy Project1991

nam_apap104-1.4_107

529Small Business Energy Efficiency ProgramUndated

nam_apap104-1.4_108

61Oil1974, 1979-1987

nam_apap104-1.4_109

62Oil and Gas Drilling1976-1987

nam_apap104-1.4_110

63Oil and Gas, Jamestown, New York, Hearing1985

nam_apap104-1.4_111

64Planning1984-1985

nam_apap104-1.4_112

65Power Authority of the State of New York1970-1974

nam_apap104-1.4_113

66Power Authority of the State of New York1975-1982

nam_apap104-1.4_114

67Power Authority of the State of New York1983

nam_apap104-1.4_115

68Power Authority of the State of New York1984-1986

nam_apap104-1.4_116

69Public Citizen, Price-Anderson Act1987

nam_apap104-1.4_117

610Public Power1982-1985

nam_apap104-1.4_118

611Public Power1986-1987

nam_apap104-1.4_119

612Public Power Panel, Long Island1986-1991

nam_apap104-1.4_120

613Public Service Commission (PSC), Reform Network1987-1988

nam_apap104-1.4_121

614Rochester Gas and Electric, Gina Station1986

nam_apap104-1.4_122

615Solar Letter, Copies and Masters1981

nam_apap104-1.4_123

616Solar Matrix1982

nam_apap104-1.4_124

617Solar Tax Credit1985

nam_apap104-1.4_125

618Solar, Tax Credits, New York State and Federal1978-1987

nam_apap104-1.4_126

619Solar, Tax Credits, Other StatesUndated

nam_apap104-1.4_127

620State Energy Master Plan I1979

nam_apap104-1.4_128

621State Energy Master Plan II1981

nam_apap104-1.4_129

622State Energy Master Plan II1981-1982

nam_apap104-1.4_130

71State Energy Master Plan II1982

nam_apap104-1.4_131

72State Energy Master Plan III1983-1985, 1988

nam_apap104-1.4_132

73State Energy Master Plan, Environmental Planning Testimony1981

nam_apap104-1.4_133

74State Energy Office1981-1988

nam_apap104-1.4_134

75State Energy Office Review1985-1986

nam_apap104-1.4_135

76Transmission Lines1974-1978, 1983

nam_apap104-1.4_136

77Transmission Lines1978-1981

nam_apap104-1.4_137

78Transmission Lines1982-1988

nam_apap104-1.4_138

79Uranium Mining1981-1983, 1989

nam_apap104-1.4_139

710Vermont Comprehensive Energy Plan1991

nam_apap104-1.4_140

711Wind1977, 1980-1982, 1988

nam_apap104-1.4_141

712Wood Power Plants, Small Power Production1984-1986

nam_apap104-1.4_142

713State Energy Plan, Contents of the 1994 Draft PTO1994

nam_apap104-1.4_143

714Hydro-Quebec, Economic Study1992

nam_apap104-1.4_144

715Hydro-Quebec, Economic Study, Draft Appendices1992

nam_apap104-1.4_145

716Hydro-Quebec, Final Generic Environmental Review1993
Quantity: 2.0 cubic ft. (about 2.0 boxes)
The subseries Funding contains correspondence, legislative material, news clippings, notes, and testimony related to the Environmental Bond Act, Environmental Protection Fund (EPF), Environmental Trust Fund (ETF), and Capital District Coalition.
Arranged alphabetically.
BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap104-1.5_1

11Bond Act, Others1973-1985

nam_apap104-1.5_2

12Clean Water, Clean Air Bond Act1996-1997

nam_apap104-1.5_3

13Environmental Bond Act1972, 1985-1986

nam_apap104-1.5_4

14Environmental Bond Act, 1-800 BOND ACT1986

nam_apap104-1.5_5

15Environmental Bond Act, Activists1986

nam_apap104-1.5_6

16Environmental Bond Act, Albany, NY1986

nam_apap104-1.5_7

17Environmental Bond Act, Brownfields Programs1996, Undated

nam_apap104-1.5_8

18Environmental Bond Act, Buffalo, NY1986

nam_apap104-1.5_9

19Environmental Bond Act, Capital District Coalition1986

nam_apap104-1.5_10

110Environmental Bond Act, Clean Fueled Vehicles for New York State1998

nam_apap104-1.5_11

111Environmental Bond Act, Clippings1975-1979

nam_apap104-1.5_12

112Environmental Bond Act, Clippings, Originals1983-1986

nam_apap104-1.5_13

113Environmental Bond Act, Contact List1986

nam_apap104-1.5_14

114Environmental Bond Act, Correspondence1985-1986

nam_apap104-1.5_15

115Environmental Bond Act, Correspondence1986

nam_apap104-1.5_16

116Environmental Bond Act, Correspondence, Broome County1986

nam_apap104-1.5_17

117Environmental Bond Act, Dam Safety and Flood Control1997-1998

nam_apap104-1.5_18

118Environmental Bond Act, Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC)1986-1987

nam_apap104-1.5_19

119Environmental Bond Act, Draft Criteria1996

nam_apap104-1.5_20

120Environmental Bond Act, Endorsements1985-1986

nam_apap104-1.5_21

121Environmental Bond Act, Flyers1986

nam_apap104-1.5_22

122Environmental Bond Act, Forest Preserves1986

nam_apap104-1.5_23

123Environmental Bond Act, Fulton, NY1982, 1986

nam_apap104-1.5_24

124Environmental Bond Act, Goals and Objectives1986

nam_apap104-1.5_25

125Environmental Bond Act, Green Apple Coalition1986

nam_apap104-1.5_26

126Environmental Bond Act, Hearing Testimony1986

nam_apap104-1.5_27

127Environmental Bond Act, Historic PreservationUndated

nam_apap104-1.5_28

128Environmental Bond Act, Implementation, Department of Conservation1986-1987

nam_apap104-1.5_29

129Environmental Bond Act, Implementation, Environmental Planning Lobby Committee1986-1987

nam_apap104-1.5_30

130Environmental Bond Act, Land Acquisitions1982-1986

nam_apap104-1.5_31

131Environmental Bond Act, Legislation1985-1986

nam_apap104-1.5_32

132Environmental Bond Act, Legislation1986

nam_apap104-1.5_33

133Environmental Bond Act, Mediaca. 1986

nam_apap104-1.5_34

21Environmental Bond Act, Miscellaneous1986

nam_apap104-1.5_35

22Environmental Bond Act, Miscellaneous1996-1998

nam_apap104-1.5_36

23Environmental Bond Act, Miscellaneous Notesca. 1996-1998

nam_apap104-1.5_37

24Environmental Bond Act, Nassau, NY1986

nam_apap104-1.5_38

25Environmental Bond Act, News Clippings1986

nam_apap104-1.5_39

26Environmental Bond Act, Originals1986

nam_apap104-1.5_40

27Environmental Bond Act, Press1986

nam_apap104-1.5_41

28Environmental Bond Act, Program #1301996

nam_apap104-1.5_42

29Environmental Bond Act, Requests for Transcripts1986

nam_apap104-1.5_43

210Environmental Bond Act, Rochester, NY1986

nam_apap104-1.5_44

211Environmental Bond Act, Suffolk, NY1986

nam_apap104-1.5_45

212Environmental Bond Act, Superfund, Environmental Planning Lobby1986

nam_apap104-1.5_46

213Environmental Bond Act, Superfund, Other1985-1986

nam_apap104-1.5_47

214Environmental Bond Act, Support for Act1986

nam_apap104-1.5_48

215Environmental Bond Act, Syracuse, NY1986

nam_apap104-1.5_49

216Environmental Bond Act, Testimony1985

nam_apap104-1.5_50

217Environmental Bond Act, Unions1986

nam_apap104-1.5_51

218Environmental Bond Act, Wastewater Treatment1999

nam_apap104-1.5_52

219Environmental Bond Act, Water Quality Improvements1997-1998

nam_apap104-1.5_53

220Environmental Protection Fund1990-1992

nam_apap104-1.5_54

221Environmental Protection Fund1992

nam_apap104-1.5_55

222Environmental Protection Fund, Handouts1992

nam_apap104-1.5_56

223Environmental Quality Bond Act1990

nam_apap104-1.5_57

224Environmental Quality Bond Act, Governor's Program1986

nam_apap104-1.5_58

225Environmental Quality Bond Act, MiscellaneousUndated

nam_apap104-1.5_59

226Environmental Quality Bond Act, Summary1986

nam_apap104-1.5_60

227Environmental Trust Fund, Originals1991-1992

nam_apap104-1.5_61

228Guide to the Bond Act1996

nam_apap104-1.5_62

229The Hidden Price Tags1995
Quantity: 8.0 cubic ft. (about 8.0 boxes)
The Hazardous Waste subseries contains bills, correspondence, case studies, fact sheets, news clippings, reports, and testimony related to storage, superfunds, siting, incineration, Toxic wastes (Asbestos, Dioxin, etc.), and low level radioactive waste. The bulk of the material in this subseries is concerned with low level radioactive waste.
Arranged alphabetically.
BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap104-1.6_1

11Articles1990-1991

nam_apap104-1.6_2

12Bulk Storage of Hazardous Materials1973-1984

nam_apap104-1.6_3

13Bulk Storage of Hazardous Materials1985-1988

nam_apap104-1.6_4

14Bulk Storage of Hazardous Materials, Case Studies and News Clippings1972-1985

nam_apap104-1.6_5

15Bulk Storage of Hazardous Materials, Correspondence1983

nam_apap104-1.6_6

16Bulk Storage of Hazardous Materials, Petroleum Bulk Storage1985-1988

nam_apap104-1.6_7

17Bulk Storage of Hazardous Materials, Proposed Legislation and Comments1973-1985

nam_apap104-1.6_8

18Citizen Participation Plan1988

nam_apap104-1.6_9

19Chlorine Dioxide (Papers Bleaching)1976, 1988, 1996, 1993-1994

nam_apap104-1.6_10

110Coalition Support and Membership1983-1984

nam_apap104-1.6_11

111Dioxin Press Release1995

nam_apap104-1.6_12

112Disposal1984

nam_apap104-1.6_13

113Disposal1989-1991

nam_apap104-1.6_14

114"Disposable Consumer Items: The Overlooked Mercury Pollution Problem"1981

nam_apap104-1.6_15

115Environmental Radiation in New York State, Annual Report1982-1985

nam_apap104-1.6_16

116Environmental Radiation in New York State, Annual Report1989

nam_apap104-1.6_17

117Environmental Radiation in New York State, Annual Report1990

nam_apap104-1.6_18

118Environmental Radiation in New York State, Annual Report1991

nam_apap104-1.6_19

119Facilities, Reports1984

nam_apap104-1.6_20

120Facilities, Reports1985

nam_apap104-1.6_21

121Facilities Siting Plan1989

nam_apap104-1.6_22

122Facilities Task Force, Reports1981-1983

nam_apap104-1.6_23

123Facilities Task Force, Siting1984-1986

nam_apap104-1.6_24

124Federal Superfund1981-1984

nam_apap104-1.6_25

125Federal Superfund1985-1987

nam_apap104-1.6_26

126Hazardous Packing, Correspondence1992

nam_apap104-1.6_27

127Hazardous Packing, Legislation1992-1993

nam_apap104-1.6_28

128Hazardous Packing, Regulations, Exemptions1992

nam_apap104-1.6_29

129Hazardous Substances, Accident Prevention1989

nam_apap104-1.6_30

130Health Monitoring, Correspondence and Memorandums1984-1987

nam_apap104-1.6_31

131Household Hazards, Fact SheetUndated

nam_apap104-1.6_32

132Household Toxins1986-1988

nam_apap104-1.6_33

133Incineration1991

nam_apap104-1.6_34

134Inactive Hazardous Waste Sites1989

nam_apap104-1.6_35

135Herbicides, Ecological Effects1979-1986

nam_apap104-1.6_36

136Hazardous Waste Sites1988

nam_apap104-1.6_37

21Incineration and Alternative Disposal Techniques1979-1982

nam_apap104-1.6_38

22Incineration and Alternative Disposal Techniques1983-1985

nam_apap104-1.6_39

23Infectious Waste, Reports1989

nam_apap104-1.6_40

24Land Burials1978-1984

nam_apap104-1.6_41

25Lead1987-1988, 1991-1993

nam_apap104-1.6_42

26Legislation, Bills1984-1989

nam_apap104-1.6_43

27Liability1985, 1989

nam_apap104-1.6_44

28Love Canal1980, 1983-1984, 1988

nam_apap104-1.6_45

29Love Canal1987, 1989

nam_apap104-1.6_46

210Low Level Radioactive Waste1987-1989

nam_apap104-1.6_47

211Low Level Radioactive Waste, Aid to Local Governments1985-1989

nam_apap104-1.6_48

212Low Level Radioactive Waste, Argument States' Rights1987

nam_apap104-1.6_49

213Low Level Radioactive Waste, Baseline Health1989

nam_apap104-1.6_50

214Low Level Radioactive Waste, Below Regulatory Concern1986-1989

nam_apap104-1.6_51

215Low Level Radioactive Waste, Bibliography1989

nam_apap104-1.6_52

216Low Level Radioactive Waste, Blue Mountain Lake Conference1987

nam_apap104-1.6_53

217Low Level Radioactive Waste, Candidate Area Report1988

nam_apap104-1.6_54

218Low Level Radioactive Waste, Compact1955, 1983-1988

nam_apap104-1.6_55

219Low Level Radioactive Waste, Concern of Churches, New York State1987-1989

nam_apap104-1.6_56

220Low Level Radioactive Waste, Contracts for NYLLRW Disposal1988-1989

nam_apap104-1.6_57

221Low Level Radioactive Waste, Decommissioning1983

nam_apap104-1.6_58

222Low Level Radioactive Waste, Disposal Technology1978-1989

nam_apap104-1.6_59

223Low Level Radioactive Waste, Disposal Technology, Above Ground1987-1989

nam_apap104-1.6_60

224Low Level Radioactive Waste, Disposal Technologies, From Firms1983-1984

nam_apap104-1.6_61

225Low Level Radioactive Waste, Disposal Technology, General Information1982, 1985-1988

nam_apap104-1.6_62

226Low Level Radioactive Waste, Disposal Technology, Incineration1983-1989

nam_apap104-1.6_63

227Low Level Radioactive Waste, Disposal Technology, Land Burial1983

nam_apap104-1.6_64

228Low Level Radioactive Waste, Disposal Technology, Mines1987-1989

nam_apap104-1.6_65

229Low Level Radioactive Waste, Disposal Technology, MonitoringUndated

nam_apap104-1.6_66

230Low Level Radioactive Waste, Disposal Technology, Salt Storage1981

nam_apap104-1.6_67

231Low Level Radioactive Waste, Disposal Technology, Volunteer Sites1989

nam_apap104-1.6_68

232Low Level Radioactive Waste, Emergency Access, Nuclearn Information and Resource Service1988-1989

nam_apap104-1.6_69

233Low Level Radioactive Waste, Environmental Impact1988-1989

nam_apap104-1.6_70

234Low Level Radioactive Waste, Essential Goals1984-1988

nam_apap104-1.6_71

235Low Level Radioactive Waste, Exclusionary Report, Executive Summary1988

nam_apap104-1.6_72

236Low Level Radioactive Waste, Federal Legislation1985

nam_apap104-1.6_73

237Low Level Radioactive Waste, Federal Rules and Regulations1987

nam_apap104-1.6_74

238Low Level Radioactive Waste, General Information1979, 1987-1988

nam_apap104-1.6_75

239Low Level Radioactive Waste, Generators and Industry1979, 1983-1984, 1989

nam_apap104-1.6_76

240Low Level Radioactive Waste, "Go it Alone"1988

nam_apap104-1.6_77

241Low Level Radioactive, Waste Disposal Facilities1982

nam_apap104-1.6_78

31Low Level Radioactive Waste, Interim Storage1979, 1983-1989, 1993

nam_apap104-1.6_79

32Low Level Radioactive Waste, Legislation, Proposed Bills1989

nam_apap104-1.6_80

33Low Level Radioactive Waste, Legislation, Siting Law1985-1986

nam_apap104-1.6_81

34Low Level Radioactive Waste, Liability for Cleanup1987

nam_apap104-1.6_82

35Low Level Radioactive Waste, Miscellaneous1993

nam_apap104-1.6_83

36Low Level Radioactive Waste, Miscellaneous1994-1995

nam_apap104-1.6_84

37Low Level Radioactive Waste, New York State Energy Research and Development Authority1985-1988

nam_apap104-1.6_85

38Low Level Radioactive waste, New York State Energy Research and Development Authority Advisory CouncilUndated

nam_apap104-1.6_86

39Low Level Radioactive Waste, New York State Low Level Waste Group1989

nam_apap104-1.6_87

310Low Level Radioactive Waste, Notes1985-1988

nam_apap104-1.6_88

311Low Level Radioactive Waste, Nuclear Regulatory Commission1979-1987

nam_apap104-1.6_89

312Low Level Radioactive Waste, Other Legislation1982-1983

nam_apap104-1.6_90

313Low Level Radioactive Waste, Other States, Arkansas1983

nam_apap104-1.6_91

314Low Level Radioactive Waste, Other States, California1987

nam_apap104-1.6_92

315Low Level Radioactive Waste, Other States, General1987-1988

nam_apap104-1.6_93

316Low Level Radioactive Waste, Other States, Illinois1985-1989

nam_apap104-1.6_94

317Low Level Radioactive Waste, Other States, MaineUndated

nam_apap104-1.6_95

318Low Level Radioactive Waste, Other States, Massachusetts1986

nam_apap104-1.6_96

319Low Level Radioactive Waste, Other States, Midwest Compact1980-1989

nam_apap104-1.6_97

320Low Level Radioactive Waste, Other States, Nebraska1988-1989

nam_apap104-1.6_98

321Low Level Radioactive Waste, Other States, New Jersey1984

nam_apap104-1.6_99

322Low Level Radioactive Waste, Other States, North CarolinaUndated

nam_apap104-1.6_100

323Low Level Radioactive Waste, Other States, Pennsylvania1984-1986

nam_apap104-1.6_101

324Low Level Radioactive Waste, Other States, Pennsylvania1987-1988

nam_apap104-1.6_102

325Low Level Radioactive Waste, Other States, Texas1988

nam_apap104-1.6_103

326Low Level Radioactive Waste, Other States, Vermont1986-1989

nam_apap104-1.6_104

327Low Level Radioactive Waste, Past Years1983-1986

nam_apap104-1.6_105

328Low Level Radioactive Waste, Policy, Memorandums1983-1989

nam_apap104-1.6_106

329Low Level Radioactive Waste, Public Information1979, 1987-1989

nam_apap104-1.6_107

330Low Level Radioactive Waste, Public Information, Sitting Committee1988-1989

nam_apap104-1.6_108

331Low Level Radioactive Waste, Redefinition of Low Level Waste1980, 1984-1989

nam_apap104-1.6_109

332Low Level Radioactive Waste, Site Selection PlansUndated

nam_apap104-1.6_110

333Low Level Radioactive Waste, State Rules and Regulations1974, 1986, 1988

nam_apap104-1.6_111

334Low Level Radioactive Waste, Study Bill, Law, and Report1983

nam_apap104-1.6_112

335Low Level Radioactive Waste, Study, Law, Bill, and Reports1989

nam_apap104-1.6_113

336Low Level Radioactive Waste, Status Reports1988, 1990

nam_apap104-1.6_114

337Low Level Radioactive Waste, Storage Study1993

nam_apap104-1.6_115

41Low Level Radioactive Waste, Testimony1980-1988

nam_apap104-1.6_116

42Low Level Radioactive Waste, West Valley1979-1985

nam_apap104-1.6_117

43Low Level Radioactive Waste, West Valley1986-1987

nam_apap104-1.6_118

44Low Level Radioactive Waste, West Valley Publications1988

nam_apap104-1.6_119

45Low Level Radioactive Waste, Zero Risk Reduction1988

nam_apap104-1.6_120

46New York State, General Information1979-1986

nam_apap104-1.6_121

47New York State, Hazardous Waste Management1978-1983

nam_apap104-1.6_122

48New York State, Hazardous Waste Management1984-1989

nam_apap104-1.6_123

49New York State, Regulations1981-1983

nam_apap104-1.6_124

410New York State Sites1986

nam_apap104-1.6_125

411Nitrilotriacetic Acid (NTA)1984

nam_apap104-1.6_126

412Oil Spills, News Clippings1988

nam_apap104-1.6_127

413Other States1979-1985

nam_apap104-1.6_128

414Petroleum, Miscellaneous1989

nam_apap104-1.6_129

415Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCB's)1975, 1980-1985

nam_apap104-1.6_130

416Polychlorinated Biphenyl (PCB), Fish, Hudson River1985-1988

nam_apap104-1.6_131

417Polychlorinated Biphenyl (PCB), Fish, Hudson River1988-1989

nam_apap104-1.6_132

418Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCB's), Hudson River Reclamation Project1976-1981

nam_apap104-1.6_133

419Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCB's), Hudson River Reclamation Project1982-1986

nam_apap104-1.6_134

420Radioactive Waste Campaign Literature1980-1989

nam_apap104-1.6_135

421Radioactive Waste Dump, News Clippings1989

nam_apap104-1.6_136

422"Radon: Risk, Reality and Reason"1990

nam_apap104-1.6_137

423Regulations, Comments and Publication List1992

nam_apap104-1.6_138

424Remediation, Correspondence and Memorandums1989-1991

nam_apap104-1.6_139

425Remediation, Fact SheetsUndated

nam_apap104-1.6_140

426Remediation, Legislation, Bills1989

nam_apap104-1.6_141

427A Primer on Brownfields in New York StateUndated

nam_apap104-1.6_142

428New York State Department of Environmental Conservation1989

nam_apap104-1.6_143

51Remediation, Reports1985-1987

nam_apap104-1.6_144

52Remediation, Reports1994

nam_apap104-1.6_145

53Remediation, StatuesUndated

nam_apap104-1.6_146

54Remediation, Testimony1984

nam_apap104-1.6_147

55Reports1982-1988

nam_apap104-1.6_148

56Reports1989-

nam_apap104-1.6_149

57Reports1989-1990

nam_apap104-1.6_150

58Reports1991

nam_apap104-1.6_151

59Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA)1978-1985

nam_apap104-1.6_152

510"Revised Draft New York State Hazardous Waste Facility Siting Plan and 21, Environmental Impact Statement"1989

nam_apap104-1.6_153

511Siting1984

nam_apap104-1.6_154

512Siting1985-1986

nam_apap104-1.6_155

513Siting, General Information1979-1981

nam_apap104-1.6_156

514Siting, General Information1982-1984

nam_apap104-1.6_157

515Siting, New York State Hazardous Waste Facilities, General Environmental Impact Statement (GEIS) Background1979

nam_apap104-1.6_158

516Siting, New York State Hazardous Waste Facility, General Environmental Impact Statement (GEIS), Testimony1981, 1985

nam_apap104-1.6_159

517Siting, New York Short-Term Solution1980-1982

nam_apap104-1.6_160

518Siting, Part 361 Draft Siting Regulatory Testimony (1/81)1980-1981

nam_apap104-1.6_161

519Small Generators1976-1985

nam_apap104-1.6_162

520Small Generators1986

nam_apap104-1.6_163

521Source Reduction1980-1987

nam_apap104-1.6_164

522Silicon Valley Toxics Action1994

nam_apap104-1.6_165

61State Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (SPDES)1980-1982

nam_apap104-1.6_166

62State Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (SPDES)1983-1985

nam_apap104-1.6_167

63Statute of Limitation, Bills, Memos, and Fact Sheets1982-1984

nam_apap104-1.6_168

64Statute of Limitations, Bills, Memos, and Fact Sheets1985-1986

nam_apap104-1.6_169

65Statute of Limitations, General Information1982-1984

nam_apap104-1.6_170

66Statute of Limitations, General Information1985-1986

nam_apap104-1.6_171

67Statute of Limitations, News Clippings1981-1986

nam_apap104-1.6_172

68Strict Liability1983-1986

nam_apap104-1.6_173

69Subcommittee on Hazardous WasteUndated

nam_apap104-1.6_174

610Superfund1983-1991

nam_apap104-1.6_175

611Superfund1990-1991

nam_apap104-1.6_176

612Superfund, Assembly Hearing, Hempstead, New York1984

nam_apap104-1.6_177

613Superfund, Clippings1984-1986

nam_apap104-1.6_178

614Superfund, Management Board1983-1984

nam_apap104-1.6_179

615Superfund, New York State1982-1983

nam_apap104-1.6_180

616Superfund, New York State1984-1987

nam_apap104-1.6_181

617Superfund, New York State Reports1982-1984

nam_apap104-1.6_182

618Superfund, Other States1980-1983

nam_apap104-1.6_183

619Superlien1981-1985

nam_apap104-1.6_184

620Testimony and Reports1984, 1988

nam_apap104-1.6_185

621Testimony, Superfund Management Board, 19841983-1984

nam_apap104-1.6_186

622Toxics, Asbestos1978-1983

nam_apap104-1.6_187

623Superfund Enforcement Performance1990

nam_apap104-1.6_188

71Toxics, Asbestos1984-1989

nam_apap104-1.6_189

72Toxics, Asbestos, Reports1985-1991

nam_apap104-1.6_190

73Toxics, Cancer and Health1975-1981

nam_apap104-1.6_191

74Toxics, Cancer and Health1982-1988

nam_apap104-1.6_192

75Toxics, Chemical Release, Clippings1985-1987

nam_apap104-1.6_193

76Toxics, Chemical Release, General Information1975-1982

nam_apap104-1.6_194

77Toxics, Chemical Release, General Information1983-1989

nam_apap104-1.6_195

78Toxics, Chemical Release, General Information1985-1988

nam_apap104-1.6_196

79Toxics, Chemical Release, Legislation1985-1987

nam_apap104-1.6_197

710Toxics, Chemical Releases, Reports1983-1987

nam_apap104-1.6_198

711Toxics, Clippings1985-1989

nam_apap104-1.6_199

712Toxics, Community Right to Know1979, 1983-1987

nam_apap104-1.6_200

713Toxics, Crimes1984-1985

nam_apap104-1.6_201

714Toxics, Crimes1986-1988

nam_apap104-1.6_202

715Toxics, Dioxins1979, 1981-1984

nam_apap104-1.6_203

716Toxics, Dioxins1985-1987

nam_apap104-1.6_204

717Toxics, Enforcement1983-1985

nam_apap104-1.6_205

718Toxics, Federal Regulations (not RCRA or TSCA)1979-1983

nam_apap104-1.6_206

719Toxics, Chlorine1994

nam_apap104-1.6_207

720Toxics, Chemical Sensitivity1995

nam_apap104-1.6_208

721Toxics, Breast Cancer and the Environment: The Chlorine Connection1992

nam_apap104-1.6_209

722Toxics, Fairways1994

nam_apap104-1.6_210

723Toxics, Local Solutions to Toxic Pollution1993

nam_apap104-1.6_211

81Toxics, Financial Assurance Testimony1982 April 20

nam_apap104-1.6_212

82Toxic Fires1982-1985

nam_apap104-1.6_213

83Toxics In Your Community1984, 1986

nam_apap104-1.6_214

84Toxics, Methylcyclopentadienyl Manganese Tricarbonyl (MMT)1985, 1993-1994

nam_apap104-1.6_215

85Toxic Pollutants1990-1992

nam_apap104-1.6_216

86Toxic Pollution1983, 1988-1989

nam_apap104-1.6_217

87Toxic Substance Control Act1983-1986

nam_apap104-1.6_218

88Toxics, Underground Storage Tanks1987-1989

nam_apap104-1.6_219

89TransportationUndated

nam_apap104-1.6_220

810Transportation of1981, 1986-1987

nam_apap104-1.6_221

811Underground Petroleum Storage, Legislation1991

nam_apap104-1.6_222

812Underground Petroleum Storage, Reports, I1990-1991

nam_apap104-1.6_223

813Underground Petroleum Storage, Reports, II1988-1991

nam_apap104-1.6_224

814Waste Disposal, General1979-1983

nam_apap104-1.6_225

815Waste Disposal, General1984-1989

nam_apap104-1.6_226

816Waste Oil1982-1985

nam_apap104-1.6_227

817Workers Right to Know1979-1985

nam_apap104-1.6_228

818Low Level Radioactive Waste, Protections for New York State, Volume 11994

nam_apap104-1.6_229

819Low Level Radioactive Waste, Protections for New York State, Volume 21994

nam_apap104-1.6_230

820Nuclear Regulatory Commission1992

nam_apap104-1.6_231

821Cortland County Lowe Level Radioactive Waste Office, Press Release1994

nam_apap104-1.6_232

822Developmental and Reproductive Toxicology: Studies and Test Systems and Publications1990

nam_apap104-1.6_233

823Toxic Chemical Accidents in New York State1985-1990

nam_apap104-1.6_234

824Cancer Incidence by County, Volume I1982

nam_apap104-1.6_235

825Cancer Incidence by County, Volume II1982

nam_apap104-1.6_236

826Cancer Facts and Figures1991

nam_apap104-1.6_237

827Environmental Pollution Cases Deep Concern1985
Quantity: 2.0 cubic ft. (about 2.0 boxes)
The subseries Land Use contains bills, correspondence, memorandums, news clippings, reports, and legislation related to floodplain management, farm use, open space, and sustainable agriculture.
Arranged alphabetically.
BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap104-1.7_1

11Acquisition BillUndated

nam_apap104-1.7_2

12Agriculture, Correspondence1988-1989

nam_apap104-1.7_3

13Agriculture, Legislation1990

nam_apap104-1.7_4

14Agriculture, ReportsUndated

nam_apap104-1.7_5

15Agriculture, Testimony1991

nam_apap104-1.7_6

16Anti-speculation Bill1989

nam_apap104-1.7_7

17Conserving Open Space in New York State1989, 1991-1992

nam_apap104-1.7_8

18Dolan, Farm Protection1994

nam_apap104-1.7_9

19Farmland Preservation1989, 1991

nam_apap104-1.7_10

110Farmland Preservation1979-1987

nam_apap104-1.7_11

111Farmland Preservation1988-2000

nam_apap104-1.7_12

112Floodplain Management1975-1983

nam_apap104-1.7_13

113General Information1974-1983

nam_apap104-1.7_14

114General Information1986-1988

nam_apap104-1.7_15

115Greenbelt1981-1983, 1988

nam_apap104-1.7_16

116Hudson River Valley Greenway1988-1991

nam_apap104-1.7_17

117Land Acquisition, General Information and Reports1986-1991

nam_apap104-1.7_18

118Land Acquisition, Memoranda1989-1990

nam_apap104-1.7_19

119Land Acquisition, Notes and News Clippings1989-1991

nam_apap104-1.7_20

120Land Management, Miscellaneous1989

nam_apap104-1.7_21

121Land Trusts1987

nam_apap104-1.7_22

122Land Use Law Reporter1993-1995

nam_apap104-1.7_23

123Land Use, Transportation and Air Quality1991-1994

nam_apap104-1.7_24

124Microwave Towers1987

nam_apap104-1.7_25

125Minnesota1982, 1990, 1993

nam_apap104-1.7_26

126Miscellaneous1989

nam_apap104-1.7_27

127Miscellaneous1991-1994

nam_apap104-1.7_28

128New York State Law1994

nam_apap104-1.7_29

129Noise, General Information1975-1990

nam_apap104-1.7_30

130Open Space1988-1992

nam_apap104-1.7_31

131Open Space, LegislationUndated

nam_apap104-1.7_32

132Open Space, Towers and Traffic1985-1994

nam_apap104-1.7_33

21Other States1990-1992

nam_apap104-1.7_34

22Pace University1993

nam_apap104-1.7_35

23Pesticides1985-1992

nam_apap104-1.7_36

24Pine Barrens1985-1987

nam_apap104-1.7_37

25Planning1991-1994

nam_apap104-1.7_38

26Plans1992

nam_apap104-1.7_39

27Preservation1988-1991

nam_apap104-1.7_40

28Property Tax Exemption1979, 1987-1988

nam_apap104-1.7_41

29Real Estate Transfer Tax1987

nam_apap104-1.7_42

210Reform, Reports1992

nam_apap104-1.7_43

211Soil and Water Conservation1974, 1980, 1982

nam_apap104-1.7_44

212Tower Bills1987-1989

nam_apap104-1.7_45

213Transfer of Development Rights1978, 1980-1986

nam_apap104-1.7_46

214Transportation Planning1993

nam_apap104-1.7_47

215Yard Use1991-1993

nam_apap104-1.7_48

216Toward a Long-Term Strategy for Farmland Protection and Soil and Water Conservation in New York2000

nam_apap104-1.7_49

217Albany Urban Cultural Park1990

nam_apap104-1.7_50

218Agriculture and the Environment: A Convergence of Interest1988

nam_apap104-1.7_51

219Community Planning: Plans and ProjectsUndated

nam_apap104-1.7_52

220Land Use Planning for the Adirondack ParkUndated

nam_apap104-1.7_53

221A North Cascades National Park for America's Alps1967
Quantity: 3.0 cubic ft. (about 3.0 boxes)
The Lead subseries includes correspondence, fact sheets, conference proceedings, and reports related to the Coalition for a Lead Free New York, Lead Alliance conference, and lead poisoning.
Arranged alphabetically.
BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap104-1.8_1

11Abatement1992-1993

nam_apap104-1.8_2

12Abatement Training Course1992-1993

nam_apap104-1.8_3

13Advisory Council1993

nam_apap104-1.8_4

14Background Information, Reports1990-1992

nam_apap104-1.8_5

15Bronx Legal Services1991-1992

nam_apap104-1.8_6

16California Industry Tax for Lead1993

nam_apap104-1.8_7

17Childhood Lead Poisoning1993-1994

nam_apap104-1.8_8

18Coalition for a Lead Free New York1992

nam_apap104-1.8_9

19Coalition for a Lead Free New York1992-1993

nam_apap104-1.8_10

110Coalition for a Lead Free New York1994

nam_apap104-1.8_11

111Coalition for a Lead Free New York, Directory1993

nam_apap104-1.8_12

112Coalition for a Lead Free New York, Membership List1993

nam_apap104-1.8_13

113Commercial Insurance1993

nam_apap104-1.8_14

114Correspondence1990-1994

nam_apap104-1.8_15

115Correspondence1991-1993

nam_apap104-1.8_16

116County Screening1992

nam_apap104-1.8_17

117Department of Health, Draft Screening Ruler1993

nam_apap104-1.8_18

118Department of Health, Part 67-Z, Lead Regulations1993

nam_apap104-1.8_19

119Drinking Water1992-1993

nam_apap104-1.8_20

120Fact Sheets1989-1993

nam_apap104-1.8_21

121Federal Testimony1991

nam_apap104-1.8_22

122Figurines1992

nam_apap104-1.8_23

123Forum, Albany1993

nam_apap104-1.8_24

124Forum, Binghamton1992-1993

nam_apap104-1.8_25

125Forum, Buffalo1992-1993

nam_apap104-1.8_26

126Forum, Long Island1993

nam_apap104-1.8_27

127Get the Lead Out, New York Public Interest Research Group Handbook for Lead Poisoning Prevention1995

nam_apap104-1.8_28

128Grant Foundations and Proposals1994, Undated

nam_apap104-1.8_29

129Hearing, Brooklyn, NY1993

nam_apap104-1.8_30

130Housing and Urban Development Money1992-1993

nam_apap104-1.8_31

131Insurance Testimony1990-1992

nam_apap104-1.8_32

132Lead Alliance Conference1991, 1993

nam_apap104-1.8_33

133Lead Alliance Conference1994

nam_apap104-1.8_34

134Lead Alliance Conference1994 Undated

nam_apap104-1.8_35

135Lead Alliance ConferenceUndated

nam_apap104-1.8_36

136Lead Alliance Conference, Notebook1994

nam_apap104-1.8_37

21Lead Based Paint Hazard Control Grant Program1994

nam_apap104-1.8_38

22Lead Conference1991-1992

nam_apap104-1.8_39

23Lead Poisoning1988, 1992-1993

nam_apap104-1.8_40

24Lead Poisoning1994

nam_apap104-1.8_41

25Lead Poisoning, New York Laws, Bills, EPL/Coalition Efforts1990-1991

nam_apap104-1.8_42

26Lead Poisoning, Other States, Legislation, Resources, Law1987-1988, 1991

nam_apap104-1.8_43

27Lead Poisoning, Scientific Studies and Reports1990-1991

nam_apap104-1.8_44

28Lead Poisoning, Scientific Studies and Reports1991-1992

nam_apap104-1.8_45

29Lead Poisoning, Scientific Studies and Reports1993

nam_apap104-1.8_46

210Lead Poisoning Conference1991

nam_apap104-1.8_47

211Lead Poisoning Prevention Action Plan1992-1993

nam_apap104-1.8_48

212Lead Poisoning Prevention Coalition, Correspondence from Other Organizations1990-1992

nam_apap104-1.8_49

213Lead Pumps1994

nam_apap104-1.8_50

214Legislation1987-1991

nam_apap104-1.8_51

215Lobbying File1985-1994

nam_apap104-1.8_52

216Lobbying File (A.11670/S.8559)1992

nam_apap104-1.8_53

217Miscellaneous1984, 1986, 1990-1992

nam_apap104-1.8_54

218Miscellaneous1994

nam_apap104-1.8_55

219New York State Lead Poisoning Prevention Advisory Council1994

nam_apap104-1.8_56

220New York State Lead Poisoning Prevention Advisory Council1995

nam_apap104-1.8_57

221New York State Legislative Committee on Toxic Substances Hearings, Lead Abatement Worker Training1993-1994

nam_apap104-1.8_58

222Notes and Clippings1991

nam_apap104-1.8_59

223Playgrounds1993

nam_apap104-1.8_60

224Press Conference1993

nam_apap104-1.8_61

31Reports1988

nam_apap104-1.8_62

32Reports1990-1991, 1993

nam_apap104-1.8_63

33Report, "The Public Health Issue of the 1990's: The Lead Hazard"1993

nam_apap104-1.8_64

34Report, "The Public Health Issue of the 1990's: The Lead Hazard"1993

nam_apap104-1.8_65

35Robert Sterling Clark, Grant1992

nam_apap104-1.8_66

36Safe Houses1994

nam_apap104-1.8_67

37Testimony1990-1993

nam_apap104-1.8_68

38Worker Training Legislation1993-1994

nam_apap104-1.8_69

39Resource Guide for Lead-Based Paint Clean-UpUndated

nam_apap104-1.8_70

310A Technical Manual on Lead1994

nam_apap104-1.8_71

311Legislation, Lead1992

nam_apap104-1.8_72

312Legislation, Lead1992

nam_apap104-1.8_73

313Legislation, Lead1992

nam_apap104-1.8_74

314Legislation, Lead1993

nam_apap104-1.8_75

315Legislation, Lead1993

nam_apap104-1.8_76

316Ban on Lead-Soldered Cans1993
Quantity: 4.0 cubic ft. (about 4.0 boxes)
The Miscellaneous subseries is primarily composed of legislative activity collected weekly by Environmental Advocates. Also of interest in this subseries is the material related to Citizen Suits.
Arranged alphabetically.
BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap104-1.9_1

11Assembly Hearing, "The Future of Environmental Programs in New York State"1995

nam_apap104-1.9_2

12Assembly Hearing, "Regulatory Reform/Continuing Departmental Oversight"1995

nam_apap104-1.9_3

13Campaign Contributions, Legislative1982-1989

nam_apap104-1.9_4

14Cancer, Reports and Statistics1985-1992

nam_apap104-1.9_5

15Casino Gambling, General Information1984-1986

nam_apap104-1.9_6

16Citizen Suits, 1991 Coalition, Letters from Coalition Members1991-1992

nam_apap104-1.9_7

17Citizen Suits, 1991 Coalition, Miscellaneous Material1987-1991

nam_apap104-1.9_8

18Citizen Suits, 1991 Coalition, Reply Forms1991

nam_apap104-1.9_9

19Citizen Suits, 1991 Coalition, Reply Forms, Legislation1991

nam_apap104-1.9_10

110Citizen Suits, Articles for NewsletterUndated

nam_apap104-1.9_11

111Citizen Suits, Bills and Historical1974-1987

nam_apap104-1.9_12

112Citizen Suits, General Information1973-1986

nam_apap104-1.9_13

113Citizen Suits, General Information1986-1987

nam_apap104-1.9_14

114Citizen Suits, General Information1988-1991

nam_apap104-1.9_15

115Citizen Suits, Legislation, Bills1989-1991

nam_apap104-1.9_16

116Citizen Suits, Legislation, Correspondence1987-1989

nam_apap104-1.9_17

117Citizen Suits, Legislation, Fact SheetUndated

nam_apap104-1.9_18

118Citizen Suits, Legislation, Memoranda1985-1992

nam_apap104-1.9_19

119Citizen Suits, Other States1991

nam_apap104-1.9_20

120Citizen Suits, Pedone Demolition Site1985-1992

nam_apap104-1.9_21

121Citizen Suits, Reports1988, 1992

nam_apap104-1.9_22

122Citizens Protection Act Legislation1975-1983

nam_apap104-1.9_23

123Citizens Protection Act Legislation, Including Other States1985-1986

nam_apap104-1.9_24

124Conservation Corps, General Information1982-1983

nam_apap104-1.9_25

125Conservation Easements, Easement Legislation1981-1983

nam_apap104-1.9_26

126Conservation Easements, Easement Legislation1984-1988

nam_apap104-1.9_27

127Conservation Easements, General Information1976-1979, 1982-1988

nam_apap104-1.9_28

21Cost Benefit Analysis, Department of Environmental Conservation, Department of Health Meeting1995 October 03

nam_apap104-1.9_29

22Cost Benefit Analysis, GORR Regulations1995

nam_apap104-1.9_30

23Cost Benefit Analysis, Risk Assessment1992, 1995

nam_apap104-1.9_31

24Department of Environmental Conservation, Annual Reports1974, 1984-1987

nam_apap104-1.9_32

25Department of Environmental Conservation, Environmental Board1984-1985

nam_apap104-1.9_33

26Department of Environmental Conservation, Environmental Management Councils1973, 1982-1984

nam_apap104-1.9_34

27Department of Environmental Conservation, Emergency Permits1986

nam_apap104-1.9_35

28Department of Environmental Conservation, General Information1981-1989

nam_apap104-1.9_36

29Department of Environmental Conservation, Legislative Proposals1981-1984

nam_apap104-1.9_37

210Department of Environmental Conservation, Miscellaneous Legislation1985-1989

nam_apap104-1.9_38

211Department of Environmental Conservation, News Clippings1983-1987

nam_apap104-1.9_39

212Department of Environmental Conservation, News Releases1985-1986

nam_apap104-1.9_40

213Department of Environmental Conservation, Uniform Procedures Testimony1981

nam_apap104-1.9_41

214Department of Health, Environmental Health1978, 1982-1984

nam_apap104-1.9_42

215Department of Health, Health Monitoring at Superfund Sites1984-1985

nam_apap104-1.9_43

216Dole/Johnson Regulatory Reform1995

nam_apap104-1.9_44

217Environmental Economics, General Information1980-1988

nam_apap104-1.9_45

218Environmental Health1988-1994

nam_apap104-1.9_46

219Environmental Regulation and Reform (S.3683)1995

nam_apap104-1.9_47

220Global Warming, Bills and Fact Sheet1992

nam_apap104-1.9_48

221Governor George E. Pataki: Environmental Protection Transition Committee, Draft Proposals1994

nam_apap104-1.9_49

222Health Surveys, General Information1985-1988

nam_apap104-1.9_50

223Health Surveys, Medical Monitoring1988

nam_apap104-1.9_51

224Historic Preservation, General Information1984-1986

nam_apap104-1.9_52

225Historic Preservation League1978-1979, 1983-1984

nam_apap104-1.9_53

226Insurance1985

nam_apap104-1.9_54

227Insurance1986

nam_apap104-1.9_55

228Insurance1986

nam_apap104-1.9_56

229League of Conservation Voters1973-1974, 1982

nam_apap104-1.9_57

230Legislative Activity1999 April 26

nam_apap104-1.9_58

231Legislative Activity1999 May 03

nam_apap104-1.9_59

31Legislative Activity1999 May 03

nam_apap104-1.9_60

32Legislative Activity1999 May 10

nam_apap104-1.9_61

33Legislative Activity1999 May 17

nam_apap104-1.9_62

34Legislative Activity1999 May 17

nam_apap104-1.9_63

35Legislative Activity1999 May 24

nam_apap104-1.9_64

36Legislative Activity1999 May 24

nam_apap104-1.9_65

37Legislative Activity1999 June 01

nam_apap104-1.9_66

38Legislative Activity1999 June 01

nam_apap104-1.9_67

39Legislative Activity1999 June 07

nam_apap104-1.9_68

310Legislative Activity1999 June 07

nam_apap104-1.9_69

311Legislative Activity1999 June 07

nam_apap104-1.9_70

312Legislative Activity1999 June 07

nam_apap104-1.9_71

313Legislative Activity1999 June 21

nam_apap104-1.9_72

314Legislative Activity1999 July 12

nam_apap104-1.9_73

315Legislative Activity1999 July 19

nam_apap104-1.9_74

316Legislative Activity1999 August 02

nam_apap104-1.9_75

317Legislative District Information1981-1983

nam_apap104-1.9_76

41Native Americans1985

nam_apap104-1.9_77

42News Clippings, Canvassers1988-1989

nam_apap104-1.9_78

43Noise Pollution1983, 1987-1989

nam_apap104-1.9_79

44Omnibus Regulatory Reform, (S. 3682)1995-1996

nam_apap104-1.9_80

45Pollution Prevention1993-1995

nam_apap104-1.9_81

46Post Consumer Content of Paper1993-1995

nam_apap104-1.9_82

47Product Liability1987-1990

nam_apap104-1.9_83

48Public Service Commission1981-1986

nam_apap104-1.9_84

49Public Service Commission1987

nam_apap104-1.9_85

410Regulatory Reform Issues1994-1995

nam_apap104-1.9_86

411Risk Assessment, (S. 5099)1995

nam_apap104-1.9_87

412Risk Assessment, General Information1983-1984

nam_apap104-1.9_88

413Risk Assessment, General Information1985

nam_apap104-1.9_89

414Salt and Sand, General Information1985-1990

nam_apap104-1.9_90

415Senate Committee, Albany Update1986-1987

nam_apap104-1.9_91

416Senate Committee, Albany Update1987-1988

nam_apap104-1.9_92

417Senate Committee, Albany Update, Labels1986

nam_apap104-1.9_93

418Senate Committee, Energy, New York State Senate Standing Committee on Energy1988-1989

nam_apap104-1.9_94

419Senate Committee, Environmental Conservation1988-1989

nam_apap104-1.9_95

420Senate Committee, Finance1988-1989

nam_apap104-1.9_96

421Court Cases1988-1989

nam_apap104-1.9_97

422Environment Conference1997

nam_apap104-1.9_98

423Environmental Business Association of New York State Inc.1995

nam_apap104-1.9_99

424Environmental Defense Fund1987-1988

nam_apap104-1.9_100

425Failed Promises: New York State Agencies Environmental Record1991

nam_apap104-1.9_101

426Environment Solidarity1990-1991

nam_apap104-1.9_102

427Let's Get to Work1993

nam_apap104-1.9_103

428New Ideas in Communications1994

nam_apap104-1.9_104

429News Clippings1993

nam_apap104-1.9_105

430Hudson Valley Town Meeting on the Environment1996

nam_apap104-1.9_106

431Programs and Protections for Senior CitizensUndated

nam_apap104-1.9_107

432The Region that Works1993

nam_apap104-1.9_108

433Sweeney, T., Endangered Agency2004

nam_apap104-1.9_109

434Weather Charts1993

nam_apap104-1.9_110

435Crime and Justice, Annual Report1988

nam_apap104-1.9_111

436Mini Microcomputer Complaint1993

nam_apap104-1.9_112

437League of Conservation Voters1984-1990

nam_apap104-1.9_113

438Liability Insurance can be the Aspirin for Environmental Headaches1990
Quantity: 2.07 cubic ft. (about 2.07 boxes)
The subseries Parks and Wilderness contains correspondence, reports, news clippings, surveys, fact sheets, bills, and legislative material related to the Adirondack Park, Catskills, Pine Barrens, rain forests, and urban parks.
Arranged alphabetically.
BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap104-1.10_1

11Adirondack Council1983-1985

nam_apap104-1.10_2

12Adirondack Council1986-1989

nam_apap104-1.10_3

13Adirondack Council, 2020 Vision Fulfilling the Promise of the Adirondack Park Volume 21990

nam_apap104-1.10_4

14Adirondack Council News Clippings1989

nam_apap104-1.10_5

15Assocaition for the Protection of the Adirondacks, Annual Report1983

nam_apap104-1.10_6

16Adirondack, General Information1977-1987

nam_apap104-1.10_7

17Adriondacks Mountain Club1983-1985

nam_apap104-1.10_8

18Adirondack Park Agency, News Rebates1983-1984

nam_apap104-1.10_9

19Adirondack Park Agency, Correspondence1983-1992

nam_apap104-1.10_10

110Land Use, Developing News Clippings1984-1993

nam_apap104-1.10_11

111Land Use News Clippings1989

nam_apap104-1.10_12

112Land Use, News Clippings1989-1990

nam_apap104-1.10_13

113Miscellaneous1989

nam_apap104-1.10_14

114News Clippings1989

nam_apap104-1.10_15

115Reports and Background Information1980-1990

nam_apap104-1.10_16

116Reports and Background Information1991-1995

nam_apap104-1.10_17

117All Terrain Vehicles1985-1987

nam_apap104-1.10_18

118Catskills, Bill1985

nam_apap104-1.10_19

119Catskills, General Information1972-1984

nam_apap104-1.10_20

120Catskills, General Information1984-1988

nam_apap104-1.10_21

121Catskills, Sales1984-1985

nam_apap104-1.10_22

122Forests, Deforestation, Fact SheetsUndated

nam_apap104-1.10_23

123Forests, Division of Lands and Forests, Management Structure1983

nam_apap104-1.10_24

124Forests, Division of Lands and Forests, Reports1981-1986

nam_apap104-1.10_25

125Forests, New York ReliefUndated

nam_apap104-1.10_26

126Forests, Taxation1975-1978

nam_apap104-1.10_27

127Pine Barrens1990-1992

nam_apap104-1.10_28

128Rain Forests, Fact SheetUndated

nam_apap104-1.10_29

21Rain Forests, Legislation1991

nam_apap104-1.10_30

22Rain Forests, News Releases1991

nam_apap104-1.10_31

23Rain Forests Reports1989, 1993

nam_apap104-1.10_32

24Sterling Forest, Fact SheetUndated

nam_apap104-1.10_33

25Sterling Forest, Reports1989, 1993

nam_apap104-1.10_34

26Testimony1993

nam_apap104-1.10_35

27Tropical Rain Forest1987-1988

nam_apap104-1.10_36

28Urban Forestry, Legislation and Fact Sheet1991-1993

nam_apap104-1.10_37

29Legislation, Adirondack Park Agency1983

nam_apap104-1.10_38

210Legislation Adirondack Park Agency1984-1993

nam_apap104-1.10_39

211Legislation, Adirondack Park1992

nam_apap104-1.10_40

212Legislation, Adirondack Park1992

nam_apap104-1.10_41

213Legislation, Adirondack Protection Proposal1991-1992

nam_apap104-1.10_42

214Legislation, Adirondack Protection Proposal1991-1992

nam_apap104-1.10_43

215Forest Preservation1984-1992

nam_apap104-1.10_44

216Forest Preserve Centennial1985

nam_apap104-1.10_45

217Urban Forestry Survey, Futhermore1996

nam_apap104-1.10_46

218Urban Forestry Survey, General Information1993-1996

nam_apap104-1.10_47

219Urban Forestry Survey, Individual Cities, Albany1996-1997

nam_apap104-1.10_48

220Urban Forestry Survey, Individual Cities, Binghamton1996-1997

nam_apap104-1.10_49

221Urban Forestry Survey, Individual Cities, Buffalo1995-1998

nam_apap104-1.10_50

222Urban Forestry Survey, Individual Cities, Ithaca1996-1997

nam_apap104-1.10_51

223Urban Forestry Survey, Individual Cities, Long Beach1996-1997

nam_apap104-1.10_52

224Urban Forestry Survey, Individual Cities, Miscellaneous1997-1998

nam_apap104-1.10_53

225Urban Forestry Survey, Individual Cities, Ocean1996-1997

nam_apap104-1.10_54

226Urban Forestry Survey, Individual Cities, Plattsburgh, Survey not Returned1996

nam_apap104-1.10_55

227Urban Forestry survey, Individual Cities, Poughkeepsie, Survey not Returned1996

nam_apap104-1.10_56

228Urban Forestry Survey, Individual Cities Rochester1997-1997

nam_apap104-1.10_57

229Urban Forestry Survey, Individual Cities, Syracuse, Survey not Returned1996

nam_apap104-1.10_58

230Urban Forestry Survey, Individual Cities, Troy1996-1997

nam_apap104-1.10_59

231Urban Forestry Survey, Individual Cities, Utica1996-1997

nam_apap104-1.10_60

232Urban Forestry Survey, Individual Cities, Watertown, Survey not Returned1996

nam_apap104-1.10_61

233Urban Forestry Survey, Individual Cities, White Plains1996-1997

nam_apap104-1.10_62

234Urban Forestry Survey, Individual Cities, Yonkers1996-1997

nam_apap104-1.10_63

235Urban Forestry Survey, Individual Cities, New York City1995-1997

nam_apap104-1.10_64

236Urban Forestry Survey (1996), New York City Report1989, 1995-1996

nam_apap104-1.10_65

237Urban Forestry Survey (1996), Niagara Mohawk1996

nam_apap104-1.10_66

31Urban Forestry, Survey (1996), Report Outline 6 Draft1994-1997

nam_apap104-1.10_67

32Urban Forestry Survey (1996), Trees for New York City1977

nam_apap104-1.10_68

33Urban Forestry Survey (1996) Urban Reforestation1996-1998

nam_apap104-1.10_69

34Urban Forestry Survey 1996, Miscellaneous1990-1998

nam_apap104-1.10_70

35Beatley, T., "Habitat Conservation Plans: A New Tool to Resolve Land Use Conflicts, Landlines1995 September

nam_apap104-1.10_71

36Make Sure the Cities You Love Have a FutureUndated

nam_apap104-1.10_72

37Population1990-1994

nam_apap104-1.10_73

38Restoring the Federal Land and Conservation Fund1999

nam_apap104-1.10_74

39The Urban Development Corporation1994

nam_apap104-1.10_75

310Wise use Property Rights Movement1994

nam_apap104-1.10_76

311Anzevino, J., "Hudson Valley 1994 Bike Route opens Linking New York and Montréal"Scenic Hudson News1995 Winter
Quantity: 2.0 cubic ft. (about 2.0 boxes)
The Pesticides subseries includes material related to breast cancer, chemicals (chlordane, cyclodienes, aldrin, dieldrin, diazinon), cleanup, and regulations.
Arranged alphabetically.
BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap104-1.11_1

11Aerial1983

nam_apap104-1.11_2

12Agricultural1987-1992

nam_apap104-1.11_3

13Agriculture and Marketing1991

nam_apap104-1.11_4

14Children1989, 1994

nam_apap104-1.11_5

15Children, "Intolerable Risk: Pesticides in Our Children's Food", I1989

nam_apap104-1.11_6

16Children, "Intolerable Risk: Pesticides in our Children's Food", II1989

nam_apap104-1.11_7

17Children, "Intolerable Risk: Pesticides in our Children's Food", III1989

nam_apap104-1.11_8

18Children, "Intolerable Risk: Pesticides in our Children's Food", IV1989

nam_apap104-1.11_9

19Chlordane1978-1983

nam_apap104-1.11_10

110Chlordane1984-1988

nam_apap104-1.11_11

111Clean-Up1985-1986

nam_apap104-1.11_12

112Clean-Up Disposal1983

nam_apap104-1.11_13

113Contacts and Fees1983-1989

nam_apap104-1.11_14

114Contaminated Classrooms1988

nam_apap104-1.11_15

115Cyclodienes, Aldrin, and Dieldrin1986-1988

nam_apap104-1.11_16

116Dlazinon1986-1987

nam_apap104-1.11_17

117Enforcement1986

nam_apap104-1.11_18

118False Advertising1988

nam_apap104-1.11_19

119Farm WorkersUndated

nam_apap104-1.11_20

120Federal Regulations1986

nam_apap104-1.11_21

121Generation Information1973-1990

nam_apap104-1.11_22

122Generation Information1992-1993

nam_apap104-1.11_23

123Guidelines Needed for EPA's Tolerance Assessments of Pesticide Residues1989

nam_apap104-1.11_24

124General Information on Applying for Registration of Pesticides in the United States1992

nam_apap104-1.11_25

21Integrated Pest Management1988-1990

nam_apap104-1.11_26

22Lampricide1980-1988

nam_apap104-1.11_27

23Lampricide1986-1988

nam_apap104-1.11_28

24Lampricide1989-1990

nam_apap104-1.11_29

25Lawn Care1986-1987

nam_apap104-1.11_30

26Lawn Care1988-1993

nam_apap104-1.11_31

27Lawn Care1995

nam_apap104-1.11_32

28Legislative Agenda1984-1986

nam_apap104-1.11_33

29Liability Insurance1986

nam_apap104-1.11_34

210Miscellaneous1985-1989

nam_apap104-1.11_35

211Miscellaneous Legislation1982-1990

nam_apap104-1.11_36

212Notifications1985-1988

nam_apap104-1.11_37

213Notifications1988-1994

nam_apap104-1.11_38

214Notifications1988-1994

nam_apap104-1.11_39

215Other Cities1986-1989

nam_apap104-1.11_40

216Pesticide Use, New York State1997-1999

nam_apap104-1.11_41

217Rights of Way1978, 1980-1984

nam_apap104-1.11_42

218Sustainable Agriculture1991-1995

nam_apap104-1.11_43

219Sustainable Agriculture, Case Studies1988-1990

nam_apap104-1.11_44

220Pesticide Legislation1995-1996

nam_apap104-1.11_45

31Neurotoxic Effects of Pesticides1987

nam_apap104-1.11_46

32Pesticide Action Network North America Regional Center1989

nam_apap104-1.11_47

33Pesticide Alert1987

nam_apap104-1.11_48

34Pesticide Management Advisory Council1989-1992

nam_apap104-1.11_49

35Pesticide Product Registration Procedures in New York State1990

nam_apap104-1.11_50

36Pesticide Registration1992

nam_apap104-1.11_51

37Pesticide Registration Process, Report1993

nam_apap104-1.11_52

38Pesticde Use and Reduction Avocation1996

nam_apap104-1.11_53

39Pesticides, Better Sampling and Enforcement needed on Imported Food1986

nam_apap104-1.11_54

310Pesticides, Export of Unregistered Pesticides is not adequately Monitored by the EPA1989

nam_apap104-1.11_55

311Pesticides, FDA's Investigation of Imported Apple Juice Concentrate1986

nam_apap104-1.11_56

312Pesticides, Need to Enhance FDA's Ability to Protect the Public from Illegal Residues1986

nam_apap104-1.11_57

313Petition of the Environmental Defense Fund to the New York State Department of Environmental ConservationUndated

nam_apap104-1.11_58

314Poisoning the Public for Profit: Pesticide Use and Abuse in the Empire State1990

nam_apap104-1.11_59

315A Report on Tax Payer Payments to Pesticide Manufacturers1988

nam_apap104-1.11_60

316Resources for Phasing out Pesticides in your Community2002

nam_apap104-1.11_61

317The Security Hazards of PesticidesUndated

nam_apap104-1.11_62

318The Secret Hazards of Pesticides: Invert Ingredients1994, (1991)

nam_apap104-1.11_63

319Status of Pesticides in Registration and Special Review1992

nam_apap104-1.11_64

320Survey of Reported Pesticides Incidents Involving Dicarbe1981

nam_apap104-1.11_65

321Testimony of Robert Abrams New York State Attorney General1991

nam_apap104-1.11_66

322The Toxic Treadmill: Pesticide Use and Sales in New York State1997-1998

nam_apap104-1.11_67

323Reregistration and Tolerance Reassessment remain Incomplete for Most Pesticides1989
Quantity: 8.0 cubic ft. (about 8.0 boxes)
The subseries Solid Waste Management contains bills, correspondence, news clippings, published material, regulations, and reports related to the Albany New York Solid Waste Energy Recovery System (ANSWERS) plant, incineration, recycling, regulations, waste reduction, land fills, solid waste management plans, and the State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQR).
Arranged alphabetically.
BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap104-1.12_1

11Adirondack Resource Recovery Facility (ARRF)1995

nam_apap104-1.12_2

12Albany New York Solid Waste Recovery System (ANSWERS)1979-

nam_apap104-1.12_3

13Albany New York Solid Waste Energy Recovery System (ANSWERS)1980-1984

nam_apap104-1.12_4

14Albany New York Solid Waste Recovery System (ANSWERS)1985-1986

nam_apap104-1.12_5

15Albany New York Solid Waste Recovery System (ANSWERS)1987-1991

nam_apap104-1.12_6

16American Paper Institute1991

nam_apap104-1.12_7

17Ash1987-1991

nam_apap104-1.12_8

18Ash and Incineration, Miscellaneous1987, 1989

nam_apap104-1.12_9

19Balloon Alert1987-1991

nam_apap104-1.12_10

110Burn Barrels1994

nam_apap104-1.12_11

111Collision Course: Plastic Packaging vs. Solid Waste Solutions, Pre-Publication Copy1989

nam_apap104-1.12_12

112Compost1990-1994

nam_apap104-1.12_13

113Composting, "Garbage In/Garbage Out"1991

nam_apap104-1.12_14

114Composting, Management Reports1991

nam_apap104-1.12_15

115Composting, "Wet Bag Composting Demonstration Project"1992

nam_apap104-1.12_16

116Connecticut1976, 1981, 1985

nam_apap104-1.12_17

117Connecticut1989-1990

nam_apap104-1.12_18

118Deb's Incineration File1987-1990

nam_apap104-1.12_19

119"Degradable Plastics, Standards, Research and Development"1988

nam_apap104-1.12_20

120Department of Conservation1981-1986

nam_apap104-1.12_21

121Department of Conservation1987-1990

nam_apap104-1.12_22

122Department of Economic Development1992-1994

nam_apap104-1.12_23

123Diaper Bill1990-1991

nam_apap104-1.12_24

21Environmental Planning Lobby, Correspondence1985-1987

nam_apap104-1.12_25

22Environmental Planning Lobby, Report1985-1987

nam_apap104-1.12_26

23Environmentally Sound Packaging Act1992

nam_apap104-1.12_27

24Environmentally Sound Packaging Act (ESPA)1993-1994

nam_apap104-1.12_28

25Flow Control1994

nam_apap104-1.12_29

26Germany1994

nam_apap104-1.12_30

27"Guide to Recycling and Composting Projects in New York State"1989

nam_apap104-1.12_31

28Hazardous Waste1982-1985

nam_apap104-1.12_32

29Incinerate, "Waste to Energy" Report1986-1987

nam_apap104-1.12_33

210Incineration1994

nam_apap104-1.12_34

211Incineration, American Ref-Fuel1988-1995

nam_apap104-1.12_35

212Incineration, American Ref-Fuel Incineration Proposal1989, 1995

nam_apap104-1.12_36

213Incineration, Ash1986-1987

nam_apap104-1.12_37

214Incineration, Ash1988

nam_apap104-1.12_38

215Incineration, Brooklyn Navy Yard1982-1985

nam_apap104-1.12_39

216Incineration, Brooklyn Navy Yard1986-1988

nam_apap104-1.12_40

217Incineration, Cadium1985 January-1985 September

nam_apap104-1.12_41

218Incineration, Cadium1985 October-1985 December

nam_apap104-1.12_42

219Incineration, Cadium1986 February-1986 May

nam_apap104-1.12_43

220Incineration, Cadium1986 June-1986 August

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221Incineration, Cadium1986 September-1986 December

nam_apap104-1.12_45

222Incineration, Cadium1986-1987

nam_apap104-1.12_46

223Incineration, Department of Agriculture and Markets1986-1987

nam_apap104-1.12_47

224Incineration, Department of Environmental Conservation1985

nam_apap104-1.12_48

225Incineration, Department of Environmental Conservation1986

nam_apap104-1.12_49

226Incineration, Dioxin Emissions1983-1984

nam_apap104-1.12_50

31Incineration, Dioxin Emissions1985

nam_apap104-1.12_51

32Incineration, Dioxin Emissions1986-1987

nam_apap104-1.12_52

33Incineration, Dioxin EmissionsUndated

nam_apap104-1.12_53

34Incineration, Environmental Planning Lobby, Reports1985

nam_apap104-1.12_54

35Incineration, Environmental Quality Bond Act of 19721985

nam_apap104-1.12_55

36Incineration, Europe1985-1986

nam_apap104-1.12_56

37Incineration, Facilities, Albany1986

nam_apap104-1.12_57

38Incineration, Federal1989

nam_apap104-1.12_58

39Incineration, Funding1985-1986

nam_apap104-1.12_59

310Incineration, General Information1981-1986

nam_apap104-1.12_60

311Incineration, General Information1987

nam_apap104-1.12_61

312Incineration, General Information1988-1989

nam_apap104-1.12_62

313Incineration, Health Effects1985-1988

nam_apap104-1.12_63

314Incineration, Incineration vs. Recycling Analysis1984-1987

nam_apap104-1.12_64

315Incineration, Municipal Incineration1987-1992

nam_apap104-1.12_65

316Incineration, New Clippings1979-1985

nam_apap104-1.12_66

317Incineration, News Clippings1986-1989

nam_apap104-1.12_67

318Incineration, News Clippings1987-1988

nam_apap104-1.12_68

319Incineration, New York State Hospitals1985-1988

nam_apap104-1.12_69

320Incineration, Other States, California1984-1985

nam_apap104-1.12_70

321Incineration, Other States, California1985-1988

nam_apap104-1.12_71

41Incineration, Other States, Connecticut1977, 1984-1985

nam_apap104-1.12_72

42Incineration, Other States, Florida1981, 1984-1985

nam_apap104-1.12_73

43Incineration, Other States, Illinois1984, 1988

nam_apap104-1.12_74

44Incineration, Other States, Massachusetts1975, 1985

nam_apap104-1.12_75

45Incineration, Other States, Michigan1985, 1988

nam_apap104-1.12_76

46Incineration, Other States, New Jersey1984-1988

nam_apap104-1.12_77

47Incineration, Other States, Ohio1979-1985

nam_apap104-1.12_78

48Incineration, Other States, Oregon1981

nam_apap104-1.12_79

49Incineration, Other States, PennsylvaniaUndated

nam_apap104-1.12_80

410Incineration, Other States, Rhode Island1985

nam_apap104-1.12_81

411Incineration, Other States, Vermont1981-1987

nam_apap104-1.12_82

412Incineration, Other States, Virginia1985

nam_apap104-1.12_83

413Incineration, Procurement1988

nam_apap104-1.12_84

414Incineration, Publications1986-1989

nam_apap104-1.12_85

415Incineration, Regional, Broome County1984-1988

nam_apap104-1.12_86

416Incineration, Regional, Capital District1985-1987

nam_apap104-1.12_87

417Incineration, Regional, Cattaraugus County1983-1988

nam_apap104-1.12_88

418Incineration, Regional, Dutchess County1988

nam_apap104-1.12_89

419Incineration, Regional, Finger Lakes1987

nam_apap104-1.12_90

420Incineration, Regional, Hempstead1979-1980, 1985

nam_apap104-1.12_91

421Incineration, Regional, Hudson Falls1985-1989

nam_apap104-1.12_92

422Incineration, Regional, Long Island1983-1988

nam_apap104-1.12_93

423Incineration, Regional, Moreau1986

nam_apap104-1.12_94

424Incineration, Regional, New York City1981-1987

nam_apap104-1.12_95

425Incineration, Regional, Niagara1985-1986

nam_apap104-1.12_96

426Incineration, Regional, Oneida1986

nam_apap104-1.12_97

427Incineration, Regional, Onondaga1983, 1988

nam_apap104-1.12_98

428Incineration, Regional, Ontario1985-1986

nam_apap104-1.12_99

429Incineration, Regional, Peekskill1982-1988

nam_apap104-1.12_100

430Incineration, Regional, Port Washington1987-1988

nam_apap104-1.12_101

431Incineration, Regional, Poughkeepsie1983-1988

nam_apap104-1.12_102

432Incineration, Regional, Rochester1985-1986

nam_apap104-1.12_103

433Incineration, Regional, Rockland CountyUndated

nam_apap104-1.12_104

434Incineration, Regional, Saratoga County1985-1988

nam_apap104-1.12_105

435Incineration, Regional, Schoharie1986-1987

nam_apap104-1.12_106

436Incineration, Regional, Syracuse1983-1987

nam_apap104-1.12_107

437Incineration, Regional, Ulster County1985

nam_apap104-1.12_108

438Incineration, Regulations1988

nam_apap104-1.12_109

439Incineration, Reports1975-1983

nam_apap104-1.12_110

440Incineration, Reports1984

nam_apap104-1.12_111

441Incineration, Reports1985-1988

nam_apap104-1.12_112

442Incineration, Report, "The Financial and Environmental Impact of Garbage Incineration"Undated

nam_apap104-1.12_113

443Incineration, St. Lawrence County1988

nam_apap104-1.12_114

444Incineration, Signal1984-1985

nam_apap104-1.12_115

445Incineration, Siting1986-1987

nam_apap104-1.12_116

446Incineration, Standards1984-1987

nam_apap104-1.12_117

447Incineration, Technical1982-1987

nam_apap104-1.12_118

448Incinerator Ash1987

nam_apap104-1.12_119

51Infectious Wastes1989

nam_apap104-1.12_120

52Issues1994-1995

nam_apap104-1.12_121

53Landfills1991-1992

nam_apap104-1.12_122

54Landfills, General Information1983, 1986-1988

nam_apap104-1.12_123

55Legislation1985-1988

nam_apap104-1.12_124

56Legislation1988

nam_apap104-1.12_125

57Low Cost Energy/Economic Development1993-1994

nam_apap104-1.12_126

58Miscellaneous1980-1989

nam_apap104-1.12_127

59Miscellaneous1989

nam_apap104-1.12_128

510Miscellaneous1993-1995

nam_apap104-1.12_129

511Municipal Solid Waste1984-1985

nam_apap104-1.12_130

512Municipal Solid Waste, Incineration1984-1985

nam_apap104-1.12_131

513News Clippings1986-1988

nam_apap104-1.12_132

514New York Code Rules and Regulations, Part 36, Solid Waste Management Facilities, Volume 1, Draft1992

nam_apap104-1.12_133

515New York State Energy Plan1994

nam_apap104-1.12_134

516New York State Plan1987

nam_apap104-1.12_135

517New York State Solid Waste Management Plan, 1991-19921992

nam_apap104-1.12_136

518New York State Solid Waste Management Plan, 1993-1994 Update1994

nam_apap104-1.12_137

519New York State Waste Reduction Council1987-1988

nam_apap104-1.12_138

520New York State Waste Reduction Guidance Manual1989

nam_apap104-1.12_139

521Office of Recycling Market Development1993-1994

nam_apap104-1.12_140

522Office of Recycling Market Development1995

nam_apap104-1.12_141

523Pollution Prevention/Economics1995

nam_apap104-1.12_142

524Proceedings1987, 1989

nam_apap104-1.12_143

525Proceedings1990-1992

nam_apap104-1.12_144

526Procurement1983, 1986

nam_apap104-1.12_145

527Recycling1989

nam_apap104-1.12_146

528Recycling1990-1991

nam_apap104-1.12_147

529Recycling, Advisory Group1979, 1985

nam_apap104-1.12_148

530Recycling, Business1995

nam_apap104-1.12_149

531Recycling, Case Studies1974, 1984-1988

nam_apap104-1.12_150

532Recycling, Composition Studies1987

nam_apap104-1.12_151

533Recycling, Composting1983, 1989

nam_apap104-1.12_152

534Recycling, Department of Environmental Conservation1978, 1984-1987

nam_apap104-1.12_153

535Recycling, Enhance Local Employment Creation Through Recycling Act1992-1993

nam_apap104-1.12_154

536Recycling, Environmental Impact1973, 1985

nam_apap104-1.12_155

537Recycling, Flow Control1985

nam_apap104-1.12_156

538Recycling Forum1985-1986

nam_apap104-1.12_157

539Recycling, Industrial Recycling Program1978-1982

nam_apap104-1.12_158

61Recycling, Industrial Recycling Program1983-1985

nam_apap104-1.12_159

62Recycling, Legislation1987

nam_apap104-1.12_160

63Recycling, Market Development1973, 1983-1987

nam_apap104-1.12_161

64Recycling, Market Development1988

nam_apap104-1.12_162

65Recycling, Miscellaneous1984-1988

nam_apap104-1.12_163

66Recycling, New York City Recycling Bill1983, 1986-1988

nam_apap104-1.12_164

67Recycling, New York City Recycling Bill1989-1990

nam_apap104-1.12_165

68Recycling, New York City Recycling Bill1991-1992, 1995

nam_apap104-1.12_166

69Recycling, New York State Local Programs1986-1988

nam_apap104-1.12_167

610Recycling, Paper1986-1987

nam_apap104-1.12_168

611Recycling, Plastics and Cans1985-1988

nam_apap104-1.12_169

612Recycling, Plastics1985-1989

nam_apap104-1.12_170

613Recycling, "Reclaiming Our Waste", Conference1984

nam_apap104-1.12_171

614Recycling, "Recycle First" Campaign1971, 1992

nam_apap104-1.12_172

615Recycling, Regional, Broome County1986

nam_apap104-1.12_173

616Recycling, Regional, California1982-1985

nam_apap104-1.12_174

617Recycling, Regional, New Jersey1982-1988

nam_apap104-1.12_175

618Recycling, Regional, New York City1979, 1984-1988

nam_apap104-1.12_176

619Recycling, Regional, Ulster County1986-1987

nam_apap104-1.12_177

620Recycling, Reports1978, 1985

nam_apap104-1.12_178

71Recycling, Reports1985-1987

nam_apap104-1.12_179

72Recycling, Tires1986, 1988

nam_apap104-1.12_180

73Recycling, Waste Reduction, Packaging1982-1989

nam_apap104-1.12_181

74Recycling, Waste Reduction, Work on Waste1988

nam_apap104-1.12_182

75Recycling, World Watch Paper 761987

nam_apap104-1.12_183

76Regulations1988

nam_apap104-1.12_184

77Reports1986, 1993-1995

nam_apap104-1.12_185

78Resource Recovery Testimony1979-1980

nam_apap104-1.12_186

79Resource Recovery Testimony1983-1988

nam_apap104-1.12_187

710Response to SEQR Comments on the Draft Supplement to the Generic Environmental Impact Statement/ Solid Waste Management Plan for the ANSWERS Watershed Planning Unit1993

nam_apap104-1.12_188

711Sixth Annual Recycling Conference1994

nam_apap104-1.12_189

712Solid Waste Issues1993-1995

nam_apap104-1.12_190

713Solid Waste Management, New York, Master Plan Update1991

nam_apap104-1.12_191

714Solid Waste Management Plan Annual Update Comments1994

nam_apap104-1.12_192

715Solid Waste Management Plan, vol. 11992

nam_apap104-1.12_193

716Solid Waste Management Plan, vol. 21992

nam_apap104-1.12_194

717Solid Waste Penalties1995

nam_apap104-1.12_195

718Solid Waste Policy Forum1992-1993

nam_apap104-1.12_196

719State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQR), General Information1976-1979

nam_apap104-1.12_197

81State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQR), General Information1980

nam_apap104-1.12_198

82State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQR), General Information1981-1983

nam_apap104-1.12_199

83State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQR), General Information1985-1988

nam_apap104-1.12_200

84State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQR), General Information1985-1992

nam_apap104-1.12_201

85State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQR)Undated

nam_apap104-1.12_202

86State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQR), General InformationUndated

nam_apap104-1.12_203

87State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQR), Handbook1991

nam_apap104-1.12_204

88State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQR), Revisions1987

nam_apap104-1.12_205

89State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQR), Revisions1988

nam_apap104-1.12_206

810State Plans1984-1986

nam_apap104-1.12_207

811State Plans1987-1988

nam_apap104-1.12_208

812Summary of Major Developments in Solid Waste Management In New York State1992 January-September

nam_apap104-1.12_209

813Testimony1990, 1993-1994

nam_apap104-1.12_210

814"Update on Diapers"1990

nam_apap104-1.12_211

815Waste Reduction1994

nam_apap104-1.12_212

816Waste Reduction and Packaging1991

nam_apap104-1.12_213

817Waste Reduction Task Force1993

nam_apap104-1.12_214

818New York State Solid Waste Management Plan1987-1988

nam_apap104-1.12_215

819New York State Solid Waste Management Plan1987-1988

nam_apap104-1.12_216

820New York State Solid Waste Management Plan, Update1989-1990

nam_apap104-1.12_217

821New York State Solid Waste Management Plan1989-1990

nam_apap104-1.12_218

822New York State Solid Waste Management, Appendices1989-1990

nam_apap104-1.12_219

823New York State Solid Waste Management Plan Responsiveness Survey1991
Quantity: 0.4 cubic ft. (about 0.4 boxes)
The Tobacco subseries includes material related to the tobacco excise tax and smoking commission.
Arranged alphabetically.
BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap104-1.13_1

11Legislation1989-1993

nam_apap104-1.13_2

12Tobacco Ban, Governor's Bill1993

nam_apap104-1.13_3

13Tobacco Excise Tax1991-1993

nam_apap104-1.13_4

14Tobacco Excise TaxUndated

nam_apap104-1.13_5

15Tobacco Tax and Health Fund1988-1997

nam_apap104-1.13_6

16Smoking Commission1992

nam_apap104-1.13_7

17Smoking Commission, Smoking Task Force1990

nam_apap104-1.13_8

18Smoking Commission, Smoking Task Force1992
Quantity: 2.0 cubic ft. (about 2.0 boxes)
The subseries Transportation contains correspondence, memorandums, news clippings, reports, statistics, and testimony related to the Westway (Long Island) project, air pollution, and Hudson River development. Related to this subseries is the material found in the Projects subseries in Series 4: Loretta Simon.
Arranged alphabetically.
BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap104-1.14_1

1121st Century Mobility1990

nam_apap104-1.14_2

12Air Pollution1985, 1989-1990

nam_apap104-1.14_3

13Air Pollution1991-1993

nam_apap104-1.14_4

14Battery Park City Authority, News Clippings1987-1988

nam_apap104-1.14_5

15Cities and Population Statistics1995

nam_apap104-1.14_6

16Coro Report1992

nam_apap104-1.14_7

17Coro Report1992

nam_apap104-1.14_8

18Correspondence1990-1992

nam_apap104-1.14_9

19Crisis Program1990-1992

nam_apap104-1.14_10

110Electric Vehicles1990-1996

nam_apap104-1.14_11

111Emissions Standards1990-1991

nam_apap104-1.14_12

112Enhancement Program1993-1994

nam_apap104-1.14_13

113Federal Legislation1982

nam_apap104-1.14_14

114Gas TaxUndated

nam_apap104-1.14_15

115Hudson River Center1987

nam_apap104-1.14_16

116Hudson River Development1986-1987

nam_apap104-1.14_17

117Hudson River Development, Hudson River Habitat Protection Bill1988

nam_apap104-1.14_18

118ICONN-Erie1984

nam_apap104-1.14_19

119Infrastructure Bond Act of 19831980-1984

nam_apap104-1.14_20

120Intermodal Statewide Transportation Plan1993-1994

nam_apap104-1.14_21

121Internal Memoranda1994

nam_apap104-1.14_22

122Land Use1993-1994

nam_apap104-1.14_23

123Land Use and Transportation1993-1994

nam_apap104-1.14_24

124Memoranda and Notes1990-1992

nam_apap104-1.14_25

125Metropolitan Transportation Authority1988, 1990

nam_apap104-1.14_26

126Metropolitan Transportation Authority1991, 1995

nam_apap104-1.14_27

127News Releases, State of New York Executive Chamber1994-1995

nam_apap104-1.14_28

128New York State Counties and Demographics1996-1997

nam_apap104-1.14_29

129Noise Control Act1983-1984

nam_apap104-1.14_30

130Policy, CaliforniaUndated

nam_apap104-1.14_31

131Policy, Maine1993-1994

nam_apap104-1.14_32

132Policy, New Jersey1992

nam_apap104-1.14_33

133Policy, Oregon1991-1994

nam_apap104-1.14_34

134Public Transportation1985

nam_apap104-1.14_35

135Reports and Background Information1990

nam_apap104-1.14_36

136Reports and Background Information1991

nam_apap104-1.14_37

137Reports and Background Information1992-1993

nam_apap104-1.14_38

138Scoping Process1984, 1988

nam_apap104-1.14_39

139State Transportation Plan1986, 1988

nam_apap104-1.14_40

21State Transportation Plan1990, 1992-1993

nam_apap104-1.14_41

22Testimony1990-1991

nam_apap104-1.14_42

23Transfer Development Rights1989, 1991-1992

nam_apap104-1.14_43

24Transit1985, 1988-1990

nam_apap104-1.14_44

25Tug Hill Commission, General1990-1991

nam_apap104-1.14_45

26Westway1977-1982

nam_apap104-1.14_46

27Westway1983

nam_apap104-1.14_47

28Westway1984

nam_apap104-1.14_48

29Westway1985

nam_apap104-1.14_49

210Westway1986-1988

nam_apap104-1.14_50

211Westway, Clippings1985-1987

nam_apap104-1.14_51

212Westway, Correspondence1984-1988

nam_apap104-1.14_52

213Westway, Son of Westway1971, 1985-1986

nam_apap104-1.14_53

214Westway, Son of Westway1987-1988

nam_apap104-1.14_54

215Westway, West Side Task Force1977-1986

nam_apap104-1.14_55

216Westway, West Side Task Force1986-1987

nam_apap104-1.14_56

217Citizens Rapid Transit Committee, Buffalo1992-1993

nam_apap104-1.14_57

218Fixed Guideway Transit Investigation Survivory Report1995
Quantity: 7.0 cubic ft. (about 7.0 boxes)
The Water subseries includes material related to the Safe State Drinking Water Act (SSDRA), Clean Water Act, Great Lakes Initiative (GLI), Hudson River - Westway (Long Island), State Safe Drinking Water Act (SSDWA), Proposition 65, Long Island Sound Study (LISS), lakes, rivers, oceans, reservoirs, and groundwater. The subseries' inclusive dates are 1930-1990 with the bulk of the subseries covering the period 1977-1989.
Arranged alphabetically.
BoxFolderContentsDate

nam_apap104-1.15_1

11Articles1994-1995

nam_apap104-1.15_2

12Clean Water, Boehlert1992-1994

nam_apap104-1.15_3

13Clean Water, Correspondence1994

nam_apap104-1.15_4

14Clean Water, Legislation1988-1989

nam_apap104-1.15_5

15Clean Water, Marina Pumpout, General Information1994

nam_apap104-1.15_6

16Clean Water, Moynihan, Daniel1993

nam_apap104-1.15_7

17Clean Water Act1981-1982

nam_apap104-1.15_8

18Clean Water Act1983-1987

nam_apap104-1.15_9

19Clean Water Act, General Information1971-1973, 1979-1981

nam_apap104-1.15_10

110Clean Water Act, General Information1985, 1989, 1997

nam_apap104-1.15_11

111Clean Water Network1992-1994

nam_apap104-1.15_12

112County Water Quality Coordinating Committees for New York State, Directory1993

nam_apap104-1.15_13

113Drinking Water Filtration1989

nam_apap104-1.15_14

114Fluoridation, General Information1978-1981, 1988, 1992

nam_apap104-1.15_15

115Funding, Great Lakes1987

nam_apap104-1.15_16

116Funding, Hudson, River1980-1988

nam_apap104-1.15_17

117Funding, Onondaga Lake1987

nam_apap104-1.15_18

118Great Lakes1966, 1987

nam_apap104-1.15_19

119Great Lakes1989-1991

nam_apap104-1.15_20

120Great Lakes1993-1996

nam_apap104-1.15_21

121Great Lakes, "A Citizen's Guide to the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement"1988

nam_apap104-1.15_22

122Great Lakes Fish and Wildlife Restoration Act of 19901992

nam_apap104-1.15_23

123Great Lakes Initiative (GLI), 6/1-2/19951994-1995

nam_apap104-1.15_24

124Great Lakes Initiative (GLI)1995

nam_apap104-1.15_25

125Great Lakes Initiative (GLI), Agenda, Work1995

nam_apap104-1.15_26

126Great Lakes Initiative (GLI), Background1995

nam_apap104-1.15_27

127Great Lakes Initiative (GLI), Buffalo1995-1996

nam_apap104-1.15_28

128Great Lakes Initiative (GLI), Conference Notes1995

nam_apap104-1.15_29

129Great Lakes Initiative (GLI), Focus Groups1995

nam_apap104-1.15_30

130Great Lakes Initiative (GLI), Lake Ontario Health and Environment Directory1991

nam_apap104-1.15_31

131Great Lakes Initiative (GLI), Mailing List1995

nam_apap104-1.15_32

132Great Lakes Initiative (GLI), Michigan State University, Invitations1993, 1995

nam_apap104-1.15_33

133Great Lakes Initiative (GLI), New York State Division of Water Technical and Operational Guidance1985-1995

nam_apap104-1.15_34

134Antidegradation1990-1993

nam_apap104-1.15_35

135Coastal and Ocean Resources Conference1989

nam_apap104-1.15_36

21Great Lakes Initiative (GLI), Site Information1992-1995

nam_apap104-1.15_37

22Great Lakes Initiative (GLI), Steering Committee1995

nam_apap104-1.15_38

23Great Lakes Initiative (GLI), University of Rochester Conference1995

nam_apap104-1.15_39

24Great Lakes Initiative (GLI), University of Rochester Conference, Replies and Requests1995

nam_apap104-1.15_40

25Great Lakes Initiative (GLI), University of Rochester Workshop, Invitation1995

nam_apap104-1.15_41

26Great Lakes Toxins1989

nam_apap104-1.15_42

27Groundwater1984-1988

nam_apap104-1.15_43

28Groundwater1988

nam_apap104-1.15_44

29Groundwater, Booth Report1983

nam_apap104-1.15_45

210Groundwater, Department of Environmental Conservation, New York1981-1983

nam_apap104-1.15_46

211Groundwater, Department of Environmental Conservation, New York1984-1985

nam_apap104-1.15_47

212Groundwater, Federal1980-1982, 1986

nam_apap104-1.15_48

213Groundwater, General Information1984-1988

nam_apap104-1.15_49

214Groundwater, Legislation1983-1988

nam_apap104-1.15_50

215Groundwater, News Clippings1984-1988

nam_apap104-1.15_51

216Groundwater, Pesticides1985-1988

nam_apap104-1.15_52

217Hudson River1991-1992

nam_apap104-1.15_53

218Hudson River, Miscellaneous1989

nam_apap104-1.15_54

219Hudson River, PCB1983, 1988-1996

nam_apap104-1.15_55

220Hudson River, Reports1979, 1983, 1985

nam_apap104-1.15_56

221Hudson River, Reports1985, 1988

nam_apap104-1.15_57

222Hudson River, Reports1988-1989

nam_apap104-1.15_58

223Hudson River, Reports1990

nam_apap104-1.15_59

224A Guide to New York City's Reservoirs1993

nam_apap104-1.15_60

225Hearing on Organic Chemicals in Drinking Water1981

nam_apap104-1.15_61

226Inventory, Community Water Systems: New York State Volume I Municipal1984

nam_apap104-1.15_62

31Hudson, River, Reports1990

nam_apap104-1.15_63

32Hudson River, Reports1993

nam_apap104-1.15_64

33Hudson River, ToxinsUndated

nam_apap104-1.15_65

34Hudson River, Westway1976, 1984

nam_apap104-1.15_66

35Hudson River, Westway1988, 1994

nam_apap104-1.15_67

36Lakes, Aquatic Weed Control1986-1987

nam_apap104-1.15_68

37Lakes, Black Flies, Mosquitoes, and Gypsy Moths1981, 1984, 1988

nam_apap104-1.15_69

38Lakes, Daminozide (Alar)1989

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39Lakes, General Information1985-1986

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310Lakes, Great Lakes1979-1984

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311Lakes, Great Lakes1985-1989

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312Lakes, Great Sacandaga Lake1980-1981

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313Lakes, Lake Champlain1988

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314Lakes, Lake Champlain Plan1995

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315Lakes, Lake George1978-1986

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316Lakes, Lake George1987-1989

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317Legislation1985-1989

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318Long Island, Status of State Safe Drinking Water System1988

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319Long Island Sound1991-1994

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320Long Island Sound Study (LISS)1987

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321Long Island Sound Study (LISS)1988-1989

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322Long Island Sound Study (LISS)1989

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323Long Island Sound Watershed Directory1992

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324Nassau Forum1992-1996

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41New York City, Natural Resources Defense Council1994

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42New York State, 25 Year Plan for the Great Lakes1992

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43Nonpoint Source Assessment Report1988

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44Nonpoint Source Pollution Management Program, Department of Conservation1986-1988

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45Nonpoint Source Pollution Management Program, Department of Conservation1989-1992

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46Nonpoint Source Contamination of GroundwaterUndated

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47Ocean Dumping1988-1989

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48Oil Spills1990-1991, 1993

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49Onondaga Lake1984, 1986

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410Prattsville Pump Station1981-1988

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411Prattsville Pump Storage1970-1979

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412Proposition 65, California1985-1987

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413Proposition 65, California1988

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414Proposition 65, California1989

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415Proposition 65, California, News Clippings1987-1988

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416Proposition 65, CaliforniaUndated

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417Regional Forums1995

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