Pollution

Study of the effects of endocrine disrupting chemicals in wild fish

Organization: 
University of New Haven, Department of Biology & Environmental Science
Date Issued: 
Thursday, March 19, 2015
Amount: 
10 600.00
Description: 
to support the study of the effects of endocrine disrupting chemicals in wild fish within the freshwater regions of the Quinnipiac River watershed.

Study of phthalate and organotin plasticizers

Organization: 
Quinnipiac University
Date Issued: 
Thursday, March 19, 2015
Amount: 
18 000.00
Description: 
to support the study of phthalate and organotin plasticizers in an effort to characterize contamination from industrial and municipal sources in the Quinnipiac River and New Haven tidal basin.

Be the Solution to Pollution project

Organization: 
Connecticut Coalition for Environmental Justice
Date Issued: 
Thursday, March 19, 2015
Amount: 
13 000.00
Description: 
to support the Be the Solution to Pollution project which raises awareness of how pollution threatens the health of humans, animals, and the environment along the Quinnipiac River.

Study of pH variations and the resulting changes in copper's bioavailability and toxicity

Organization: 
Yale University
Date Issued: 
Thursday, March 20, 2014
Amount: 
16 517.00
Description: 
to support the study of pH variations and the resulting changes in copper's bioavailability and toxicity in the Quinnipiac River.

Study of endocrine disrupting chemicals in killifish

Organization: 
University of New Haven
Date Issued: 
Thursday, March 20, 2014
Amount: 
9 904.00
Description: 
to support a study to look for evidence of the deleterious effects of endocrine disrupting chemicals in killifish within the lower Quinnipiac River.

Public events and implementing recommendations from the Urban River Permits Project

Organization: 
River Advocates of Greater New Haven, Inc.
Date Issued: 
Thursday, March 20, 2014
Amount: 
20 000.00
Description: 
to support increasing capacity of the organization, sponsoring public events to focus attention on the lower Quinnipiac and urban rivers of Greater New Haven, and implementing certain recommendations from the Urban River Permits Project to reduce polluted runoff.

Water testing to identify a point source polluter of diethylhexyl phthalate and other plasticizers

Organization: 
Quinnipiac University
Date Issued: 
Thursday, March 20, 2014
Amount: 
7 000.00
Description: 
to support water testing to identify a point source polluter of diethylhexyl phthalate and other plasticizers in the Quinnipiac River.

Compliance history and indirect discharges of publically owned treatment works

Organization: 
Connecticut Urban Legal Initiative, Inc.
Date Issued: 
Thursday, March 20, 2014
Amount: 
6 000.00
Description: 
to support the continuation of investigating the compliance history and indirect discharges of publically owned treatment works on the Quinnipiac River.

Education course to reduce water pollution in the Quinnipiac River and its human health impacts

Organization: 
Connecticut Coalition for Environmental Justice
Date Issued: 
Thursday, March 20, 2014
Amount: 
15 000.00
Description: 
to support a community education course to train 20 New Haven residents about ways to reduce water pollution in the Quinnipiac River and its human health impacts, who will in turn educate 1000 additional residents in the community.

Measurement of hexavalent chromium concentrations and chemical behavior in stormwater within the Quinnipiac River watershed and in the Quinnipiac River

Organization: 
Yale University
Date Issued: 
Wednesday, March 20, 2013
Amount: 
15 000.00
Description: 
To support the measurement of hexavalent chromium concentrations and chemical behavior in stormwater within the Quinnipiac River watershed and in the Quinnipiac River itself with the condition to obtain studies about the Quinnipiac River from the Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Protection.

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