New York City Water is the largest municipal water supplier in the United States and delivers potable water to more than nine million people. The water is sourced mainly from the Catskill/Delaware watershed while the rest is sourced from Croton watershed. The city state and local governments safeguard the City’s water by protecting the land that surrounds the rivers, streams, reservoirs and lakes. Development is also regulated to prevent contamination of water sources with pollutants. The water system of the City of New York consists of reservoirs, water tunnels, aqueducts and distribution lines. The Bureau of Water Supply is responsible for managing and protecting New York City’s water supply system. The Bureau of Water Supply ensures the delivery of sufficient quantity of potable water to the residents and visitors in New York City. In addition, the Bureau of Wastewater Treatment manages and operates pollution control plants that treat over one billion gallons of wastewater.
- Website: http://nycprop.nyc.gov/
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- Telephone Number: 212-504-4115
- Headquartered In: New York
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New York City has upgraded its septic systems including its wastewater treatment plants. The city has also helped build manure sheds and salt sheds on dairy farms. New York City’s Water Finance Authority gets is capital needed to operate the water and waste water system through fees charged from customers, issuance of bonds and other debt instruments. The Authority was created in the year 1985 as a public-benefit corporation. The Authority comprises of a seven board of directors who oversee the overall operations. On the other hand, the New York Water Board is responsible for setting the water and sewer rates in New York City. The rates are set to cater for the cost of operations as well as financing the water and sewer systems. In addition, the board collects payments from customers for water and sewer services provided by the utility systems of New York City.
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Step 1 – Click here to open the website in a new window and you will see the login fields on the bottom of the screen.
Step 2 – Enter both your logon ID and the current password and then click on the “Logon” button.
You should have logged in to your account if your details were correct.
HOW TO RESET/FORGOTTEN PASSWORD
Step 1 – If you do not remember your password, click “Forgot your password?” and you will be redirected to the password reset page.
Step 2 – Enter the following details your logon ID, password reminder, your new password and confirm, your new password reminder and then click on “Logon” button.
Note that you will have to enter the correct password reminder in order to reset your password. Your new password must have six to ten characters and can contain digits, symbols and letters. It should not have single and double quotes.
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