This is the one-page Lloyd Moratorium Law (1986).
If you want to know how we can protect and manage the groundwater supply on Long Island, please read this brief report that outlines an achievable strategy.
The NYPIRG report on unregulated contaminates in the drinking waters of NY State. Long Island ranks last in water quality. (May 2019)
The newest report from Water for Long Island on how Long Island Water suppliers are preparing to reduce peak water demand in order to achieve a 15% reduction in water use on Long Island, New York. (November 2019)
Click here to see a one-page list of the many actions and activities that are needed on Long Island in order to properly protect groundwater.
Comments presented to the Nassau County Legislative Committee on Planning, Development and the Environment. July 29, 2019. The topic was the impact of treating drinking water to meet new proposed MCL for 1,4 Dioxane in New York State.
Click here to see a brochure that discusses ways to protect and maintain a sustainable water supply for the benefit of all..
Click here to obtain additional documentation on PFOA and related chemicals being found in groundwater on Long Island.
Click on this button to open an article that discusses why a Compact is needed on Long Island.
Click on this button to open a Brochure that describes what a compact is and how it would help protection Long Island's groundwater.
Click here to see the NYS DEC decision on the Lloyd Aquifer well permit in 10-18-2007.
Click here for the letter from Nassau County Executive Laura Curran and many other Nassau officials and organizations to NYS DEC Commission regarding the Jamaica Well permit and regional groundwater management.
Water for Long Island submitted comments on the final version of the draft Groundwater Plan (2019) from LICAP.