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Randle Reef Project

The biggest pile of contaminated sediment on the Canadian side of the Great Lakes was supposed to be de-listed as an “area of concern” last year but figuring out what to do with the coal by-product in Hamilton harbour and finding the money to do it, took decades.

The biggest pile of contaminated sediment on the Canadian side of the Great Lakes was supposed to be de-listed as an “area of concern” last year but figuring out what to do with the coal by-product in Hamilton harbour and finding the money to do it, took decades.  The first barges hit the water six months ago and now two layers of steel wall have been built around the heaviest concentration of toxic sludge at Randle Reef, the first half of a container that will be finished next year. Read more about Randle Reef update.