Completed Applications Consolidated SPDES Renewals
Notice Of Receipt Of Applicaiton

The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) has received a Solid Waste Management (6 NYCRR Part 360) application for the following facilities in Kings County. Applications for permit renewal or modification may receive a permit decision in approximately thirty days. Each application for a new facility will be the subject of a future public notice after the application is considered complete. Contact person: Jeffrey Rabkin, (718)482-4972.

DEC No. 2-6103-00666/00001
Waterfront Disposal Corp. 110A 5th Street
Capacity: 1,000 cubic yards a day of construction and demolition debris
Proposed Action: New Construction and Demolition Debris Processing Facility

DEC No. 2-6104-00010/00001
Hi-Tech Resource Recovery Inc. 130 Varick Avenue
Capacity: 1,000 cubic yards a day of putrescible solid waste and 350 cubic yards a day of construction and demolition debris
Proposed Action: Renewal of permit with no increase in capacity

DEC No. 2-6104-00026/00001
Waste Management 215 Varick Avenue
Capacity: 3,700 tons per day of putrescible solid waste, 330 tons per day of sewage grit screenings, and 30 tons per day of yard waste
Proposed Action: Define putrescible solid waste capacity as a monthly average with a daily maximum of 4,400 tons per day, operate on Sundays, and transfer 250 tons of putrescible solid waste capacity to this facility from Waste Management’s 123 Varick Avenue facility.

Negative Declaration

New York City County - The New York City Economic Development and Finance, as lead agency, has determined that the proposed Demolition of the High Line will not have a significant adverse environmental impact. The action involves the demolition of the New York Central Railroad Company’s elevated West Side Elevated Rail Structure located from Gansevoort Street/Washington Street to West 34th Street, Twelfth Avenue in Manhattan (the “High Line”) over property owned by the City of New York and private landowners and over certain city streets. The High Line structure extends up the west side of Manhattan as follows: Gansevoort Street to W. 14th St. between Washington Street and 10th Avenue; W. 14th St. to W. 17th St: between 9th and 10th Avenues; West 17th St. to West 30th Street: between 10th and 11th Avenues; west along West 30th Street between 10th and 12th Avenues; and West 30th St. to West 34th St. between 11th and 12th Avenues.

Contact: Douglas Rice, NYC Economic Development Corporation, 110 Williams Street, New York, N.Y. 10038, phone: (212) 312-3750, fax: (212) 312-3989.

Notice of Acceptance of Final EIS

New York City County - The Federal Transit Administration and the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, as lead agencies have accepted a Final Environmental Impact Statement on the proposed East Side Access Project. The project is proposed to improve access to Manhattan's East Side for commuters in the Long Island Transportation Corridor, which consists of Manhattan, Queens, and Brooklyn, New York City and Nassau and Suffolk Counties on Long Island. The project is located in Manhattan, Queens, Brooklyn, Nassau and Suffolk Counties.

Contact: Mr. Anthony G. Carr, Federal Transit Administration, One Bowling Green, Room 429, New York, New York 10004, phone, (212) 668-2175, and Anthony Japha, MTA/LIRR East Side Access, 469 Seventh Avenue, New York, New York 10018, phone: (212) 967-0118.