USA: Onondaga Lake Dredging Resumes Tomorrow
The Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) is putting some new measures in place at Onondaga Lake to control the odor, reports cnycentral.com.
These new measures include the installation of a 35 foot tall wind screen and planting a vegetative barrier to reduce odor migration.
The officials announced that the Onondaga Lake dredging program will resume tomorrow and expand to 24 hours a day, six days a week, weather permitting.
Neighbors in Camillus have been complaining about the smell since July, saying that dredging has caused health problems.
Dredging Today Staff, April 9, 2013