Current Site Status


National Grid is currently working on completion of the 95% remedial design for the bulkhead barrier wall.  The plan is to start construction in 2019.

National Grid - EPA Agreement and Final Remedial Design Process:

In May 2018, National Grid signed an agreement with EPA and is committed to performing remediation activities associated with the former Fulton site.  The company continues to work cooperatively with the EPA and NYSDEC, in close coordination with the City of New York, to manage the scheduling and performance of the various interrelated activities.

Once the decision is made about the CSO tank siting location, the remedial design process would progress.  The timeline will be dependent on the scope of the design and the CSO tank location that is ultimately selected.  The design process will take approximately 12-18 months.  The design process will entail reviewing pre-design remedial data, developing the scope of remedy relative to the CSO tank siting location, followed by a detailed design for implementing the remedy.