environmental sewer and drain, inc.

15 inlet dr
lindenhurst, new york 11757

NYS Entity Status
ACTIVE

NYS Filing Date
SEPTEMBER 08, 2014

NYS DOS ID#
4632942

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SUFFOLK

Jurisdiction
NEW YORK

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NONE

NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION

Name History
2014 - ENVIRONMENTAL SEWER AND DRAIN, INC.









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    - Sunday Oct 15, 2017

    Kate McKinnon reprised her long-running role as Donald Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway, but with a Halloween, horror-movie twist.Playing Anderson Cooper, Alex Moffatt found McKinnon’s Conway in a storm drain, echoing the opening scene of the hit horror film “It,” which adapted the Stephen King novel of the same name. In the movie, an evil and supernaturally powerful clown called Pennywise torments and attacks children in a small Maine town.“SNL” riffed on the idea by putting Conway in the role of Pennywise, waiting in the sewer to lure in Cooper.

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    Kate McKinnon reprised her long-running role as Donald Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway, but with a Halloween, horror-movie twist. Playing Anderson Cooper, Alex Moffatt found McKinnon’s Conway in a storm drain, echoing the opening scene of the hit horror film “It,” which adapted the Stephen King novel of the same name. In the movie, an evil and supernaturally powerful clown called Pennywise torments and attacks children in a small Maine town. “SNL” riffed on the idea by putting Conway in the role of Pennywise, waiting in the sewer to lure in Cooper.

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    Overflowing sewers, runoff from chemical plants and seepage from toxic waste sites have created a hazardous stew in the waters covering much of Houston.

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    The town of Lititz, Pennsylvania got a visit from Pennywise this week — or rather, some pranksters pretending to be him.On Tuesday, three days before “It” is set to hit theaters, several red balloons were seen tied to sewer grates throughout Lititz, in a reference to the infamous scene where Georgie Denborough followed his paper boat into a storm drain and was taken away by Pennywise to parts unknown.PA police department asks 'local prankster' to stop tying red 'It' balloons to sewer grates https://t.co/fKecOVrddZ via @WNEP pic.twitter.com/fPAGJo7eMJ- WNEP (@WNEP) September 6, 2017“We give points for creativity,” Lilitz Police said in a Facebook post.

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    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Environmental Protection Agency is considering a dozen proposed water and sewer projects for a program that uses $25 million in federal funds to help secure billions in additional public and private financing.EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt highlighted the Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act loans on Wednesday as an example of President Donald Trump's commitment to infrastructure projects.

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