Restoring the Oswego River AOC
The Oswego River Area of Concern becomes the first American AOC to be delisted.
The Oswego River Stage III RAP is finalized following an environmental notice bulletin and 45-day public comment period.
Most hazardous waste remediation is completed. Locations of remedial action projects include, but are not limited to:
A two-day Remedial Action Plan workshop is held to gain better understanding of a fish pathology study (1996 RAP) and define future restoration actions. Use impairment indicators are also addressed.
A Remedial Action Plan update is published that includes results of a fish pathology study from 1993-1994.
A water quality study is conducted in which the causes and status of several use impairments are investigated.
Stage II of the Remedial Action Plan is published.
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