In 1905, Frederick Hazard, then president of the Solvay Process Company, made a gift that would impact education and learning in the Solvay-Geddes community for a century. Hazard, son of one of the founders of the company, donated $10,000 to …
Groundwater Collected on Lake’s Edge will be Carried to Willis Avenue Facility for Treatment
An Update on Water Quality and Lakeshore Cleanup
Honeywell Removes More Than Seven Tons of Mercury from Former LCP Site Using Innovative Soil Washing Technology
Elected Leaders View Progress in Stopping the Major Source of Mercury Contamination from Reaching Onondaga Lake
Honeywell is driving steel panels into the ground on the southwestern shore of Onondaga Lake along Interstate 690. The work is the first step in the installation of piping that will cross under the highway to connect to a groundwater …
Honeywell is making additional progress on the cleanup of Onondaga Lake as it begins collecting new water and sediment samples. The work, which will include nearly 1,000 samples over the next two and a half months, is part of the …
Trout, Walleye Thriving In “Most Polluted” Lake. The discovery of large sport fish by SUNY-ESF researchers could mean Onondaga Lake is on the rebound after decades of pollution.
Recreation and Conservation Groups Celebrate the Opening of New Nine Mile Creek Canoe and Kayak Launch for Area Recreation
Honeywell Funds Project to Expand Access to Nine Mile Creek and Onondaga Lake
NYS Senator DeFrancisco and Honeywell Recognized at Celebration Marking Completion of Solvay-Geddes Community Youth Center Renovation
At a community celebration on Saturday, May 14, 2005, New York State Senator John DeFrancisco and Honeywell were recognized for funding the renovation of the 40-year-old Solvay-Geddes Community Youth Center. In September 2004, DeFrancisco secured $100,000 and Honeywell donated $250,000 …
NYS Senator DeFrancisco and Honeywell Recognized for Securing Grants to Fund Project
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