Recently relocating back to NY (for business-related reasons) after life in other VA are very busy cities (based on my times there), but both cities remain clean.
New York's waterways have acquired a bad rap for being dirty, disgusting cesspools. But, really, just how nasty are the city's waters? According.
In a corner of Queens, the subway cars smell of lavender. Welcome to the New York City Transit Corona Maintenance Facility, where subway cars come to be deep-cleaned. It takes three and a half hours for a cleaner, working alone, to get a subway car this clean, Mr. Skinner told us.
Turns out, New York City's pizza and bagels excel in spite of the city's water, not because of it.
New York City drinking water is world-renowned for its quality. Each day, more than 1 billion gallons of fresh, clean water is delivered from large upstate.
New York City is known for many things, but having clean air isn't one of them. The smell of truck exhaust and the sight of smoke plumes rising.
Finding a public restroom that is clean, or even open for use, is no easy feat in New York City. Here at Curbed, we've tried to make the task a.
New York City restaurants score high on food safety, according to the New York City Health Department's latest report card on clean eateries.
How is it possible that Travel & Leisure magazine could rank New York the dirtiest city in the United States while Mayor Michael Bloomberg's.
National air standards, first put into law with the Clean Air Act of , In , New York's air pollution was among the worst in the country.