This dataset includes details for each wildland fire recorded after 2007 under the jurisdiction of the DEC NYS Forest Rangers. Earlier wildfires (1975-2007) under the jurisdiction of NYS DEC Forest Rangers can be found in the historical wildfire dataset. That dataset was formatted for use with FireFamily Plus. Each wildfire controlled or prescribed fire conducted by NYS DEC Forest Rangers is documented as a single incident in this database.
The Pilot Pharmaceutical Take-Back Program covers the costs of consumer drug collection boxes and disposal for two years, and gives pharmacies a safe, convenient, and effective way to keep drugs out of our waters and out of the wrong hands.
Addresses of participating pharmacies, hospitals, and long-term care facilities participating in the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation’s Pilot Pharmaceutical Take-Back Program with medication collection boxes. Medication collection boxes only collect solid state controlled and non-controlled substances. Medication collection boxes do not accept sharps, liquids, personal care products, etc.
This dataset provides the region, grantee name, year awarded, project name, project description, amount awarded and type of grant awarded. The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation’s Office of Environmental Justice manages the grant programs. The Community Impact Grants program started in 2006.
This quantitative set of numeric values represents the total reportable activity as collected from the sworn Members of the Division of Law Enforcement from each of the 9 regions across New York State.
The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) hosts a web-based Distributed Energy Resources (DER) integrated data system at https://der.nyserda.ny.gov/. This site provides information on DERs that are funded by and report performance data to NYSERDA. Information is incorporated on more diverse DER technology as it becomes available. Distributed energy resources (DER) are technologies that generate or manage the demand of electricity at different points of the grid, such as at homes and businesses, instead of exclusively at power plants, and includes Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Systems, Anaerobic Digester Gas (ADG)-to-Electricity Systems, Fuel Cell Systems, Energy Storage Systems, and Large Photovoltaic (PV) Solar Electric Systems (larger than 50 kW). Historical databases with hourly readings for each system are updated each night to include data from the previous day. The web interface allows users to view, plot, analyze, and download performance data from one or several different DER sites. Energy storage systems include all operational systems in New York including projects not funded by NYSERDA. Only NYSERDA-funded energy storage systems will have performance data available. The database is intended to provide detailed, accurate performance data that can be used by potential users, developers, and other stakeholders to understand the real-world performance of these technologies. For NYSERDA’s performance-based programs, these data provide the basis for incentive payments to these sites.