Tuesday, September 12, 2006

Parts of Bridgeport Harbor Might End Up In Local Backyards

Bridgeport and the Army Corp of Engineers are working on a plan to decontaminate material dredged from Bridgeport Harbor so it’s clean enough to be used on lawns and gardens. They’re hoping it works because finding a cheap place to dump so-called dredge spoils is difficult, and Bridgeport Harbor hasn’t been dredged in 40 years – long enough so that some ships have to wait til high tide to reach port. From the Connecticut Post.


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