The Environmental Protection Agency will release its plan for cleaning up the Gowanus canal in just a few weeks, the blog Pardon Me For Asking reported. In the meantime, the EPA is taking more test samples in the canal. The agency also plans to hold a public meeting in January or February to present its course of action. This will be followed by a period for public comment.
Gowanus Canal Superfund Cleanup Update [PMFA]
Photo by Proteus Gowanus
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