Onondaga Lake Cleanup Progresses, Dredging Begins
More than 500 Central New York scientists, engineers and skilled craft laborers have been working with Honeywell to build the infrastructure necessary for lake operations. Protection of the public's health and safety is an important part of every stage of the work to restore Onondaga Lake. The dredged material is not exposed to the open environment and extensive efforts are being taken to minimize odors.
Green electric pumping stations, solar panels, wind turbines, and B20 biodiesel fuel help Honeywell lower emissions during the Onondaga Lake cleanup.