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E-M:/ Toxic cleanups spur hope for rebirth of riverfronts



Has the disposal site been inspected lately and approved?  The disposal area has water in it before the dredging has started and it is adjacent to open water with potential leachate. 
 
Toxic cleanups spur hope for rebirth of riverfronts
Trenton-area development may reach $60 million
 
On Thursday, the Environmental Protection Agency, the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers began a massive multimillion-dollar effort to clean up the Black Lagoon and breathe life back into this stretch of the river — and into a struggling Downriver community.
 
http://www.detnews.com/2004/metro/0410/19/a01-308124.htm