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No Discharge Zone Map - Hudson River, NY
The 2003 Hudson River No Discharge Zone (NDZ) extends the southern boundary the Battery in Manhattan, New York and the northern boundary is the Federal Dam in Troy, New York. This area includes waters up to the New Jersey-New York boundary and does not include waters in New Jersey. In 1995 EPA had previously established two NDZs to protect drinking water intake zones. Zone 1 is bounded by the northern confluence of the Mohawk River on the south and Lock 2 on the north. It is approximately 8 miles long. Zone 2 is bounded on the south by the Village of Roseton on the western shore and bounded on the north by the southern end of Houghtaling Island. Zone 2 is approximately 60 miles long.
For information about pumpouts please visit the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) web site.