Explore various sources of water pollution in NYC and learn more about our connection to the health of local waterways. Students will observe the inner workings of NYC’s combined sewer system, build water filters and discuss ways to support local conservation.
- Students will be able to define and identify the ecological significance of an Estuary
- Students will be able to identify basic elements of NYC’s waste water treatment process
- Students will be able to identify ways in which they can reduce water pollution
- Students will be able to define plastics and their impact on the environment
- Student Capacity: 30 students per program
- Cost: $200 (waivers available upon demonstration of need)
- Teacher chaperones: One chaperone is required for every 10 students (1:10 ratio) at minimum
- NYC Sewer System Demonstration
- Plastic Pollution Experiment
- Water Filter Build Activity
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