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List of Trump properties that do not comply with New York emission standards

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Christian Fernsby |
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Empire State   Mayor de Blasio to Trump: Cut greenhouse emissions or face big penalties

Mayor de Blasio put President Trump on notice for the millions of dollars his properties will owe under new climate change legislation that requires large buildings in New York City to dramatically cut their greenhouse gas emissions.

The law, a world-first, takes effect on May 17th, 2019 and is a central component of New York City’s Green New Deal.

Our Green New Deal will create new jobs and build a fairer and healthier city for all New Yorkers, making the city carbon-neutral by 2050.

Across New York City, Trump owns at least 8 large buildings that do not meet 2030 emissions levels under the law.

These dirty, inefficient buildings pump approximately 27,000 metric tons of greenhouse gases into our air each year, the equivalent of 5,800 cars.

If Trump does not clean up these buildings, he will owe approximately $2.1 million in fines every year starting in 2030.

The following Trump properties do not comply with new emission standards in New York City:

Trump International Hotel and Tower, 1 Central Park West
Estimated 2030 fine: $850,871 per year if no improvements made

Trump Building, 40 Wall Street
Estimated 2030 fine: $164,565 per year if no improvements made

Trump World Tower, 845 United Nations Plaza No. 37-B Estimated 2030 fine: $212,121 per year if no improvements made

Trump Tower, 721 Fifth Avenue
Estimated 2030 fine: $469,848 per year if no improvements made

Trump Park Avenue, 502 Park Avenue
Estimated 2030 fine: $126,316 per year if no improvements made

Trump Parc, 106 Central Park South
Estimated 2030 fine: $40,360 per year if no improvements made

Trump Parc East, 100 Central Park South
Estimated 2030 fine: $26,629 per year if no improvements made

Trump Palace, 200 East 69th Street
Estimated 2030 fine: $239,315 per year if no improvements made.

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