Local Officials and CPWG Members Tour Ottawa River Site.
Posted on: 11/27/2010 05:22 AM

On October 6th representatives from Honeywell, The Town of Camillus, Parsons and NYSDEC toured the current Ottawa River Project in Toledo Ohio. This project, although not exact, have many similarities to the current project and design for Waste bed 13.

The Ottawa River project began in May 2010 and is scheduled to hydraulically dredged 250,000 cubic yards of contaminated sediment (Heavy metals, PCBs and PAHs) and transport the sediment via ipeline to the Hoffman Road Landfill. The closest residents to The Hoffman Road Landfill is approximately 1000 to 1500 feet.

For more specific information on the project please refer to The EPA's site: Great Lakes Legacy Act | Sediment Remediation| Great Lakes | US EPA

The Attendees were:
  • John McAuliffe and Bill Hague from Honeywell.
  • Paul Blue from Parsons
  • Bob Edwards from The NYSDEC
  • Mark Kolinski and Bill Davern from The Town of Camillus
  • Paul Czerwinski and Chad Hutton from Barton & Loguidice, P.C.

    The attendants for Barton & Loguidice made their notes of the trip available and are attached here:

    Ottawa River Site Visit Notes

    At the last SCA-CPWG meeting, SCA-CPWG member and Camillus Town Councilor Bill Davern presented his comments, impressions and some photos from the site tour.

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