The Onondaga Lake Cleanup, One of the Largest Remediation Projects in the Country, Was Designed with Major Consideration for Minimizing Odors.
Honeywell Continues Preparations for Onondaga Lake Dredging and Capping; Community Health and Safety Remains Top Priority
Community Health and Safety Remains Top Priority
As Preparations for Lake Dredging Continue, Archaeological Experts Work with Honeywell Under Federal and State Oversight to Determine Plans for Onondaga Lake Underwater Archaeological Objects
In preparation for Onondaga Lake dredging and capping, archaeologists from the Lake Champlain Maritime Museum completed a thorough investigation to determine the existence and significance of underwater objects that may be affected by cleanup activities. The study was done in …
Major Milestone Reached in Cleanup of Onondaga Lake as Primary Source of Contaminated Groundwater Cut Off
120 Central New Yorkers Worked on the Underground Barrier Wall That Helps Prepare for Lake Dredging in 2012
Local Companies Supply and Transport Materials; Safety and Sustainability Key Elements of Pipeline Design and Operation
Preparations Underway for Upcoming Activities; Health and Safety Plan Released by State Environmental Authorities
Community Health and Safety Plans, Reviewed by State Authorities, in Place to Monitor Air and Control Dust
Once Complete Primary Source of Groundwater Contamination Will No Longer Reach Onondaga Lake
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