Honeywell International


Thu June 12, 2014

Public can soon comment on Solvay amphitheater project along Onondaga Lake

Gov. Andrew Cuomo discusses Onondaga Lake redevelopment in Solvay, N.Y. during an announcement in January. (file photo)
Ryan Delaney WRVO

This summer, environmental questions will be heard surrounding the construction of a new amphitheater on the old Solvay waste beds along Onondaga Lake. A draft environmental impact statement surrounding the project will soon be up for review.

Read more


Tue December 11, 2012

Onondaga Lake's mercury levels dropping more than expected

Dredging equipment sits on Onondaga Lake this summer.
Credit Ellen Abbott / WRVO

Even though dredging and capping operations to clean up contamination in Onondaga Lake is in its early stages, a scientist consulting on the project says mercury levels are dropping better than expected.

Read more


Mon November 26, 2012
Regional Coverage

New Onondaga Lake visitor's center gives new view

Onondaga Lake visitor center
Ellen Abbott/WRVO

There's a new view of Onondaga Lake.  Honeywell has  opened a new Onondaga Lake Visitors Center, right next to the company's massive project that's dredging and capping two million cubic yards of contaminated lake soil. Honeywell hopes it can change perceptions of a lake, that for decades has been so dirty, people didn't want to go near it.

Read more


Mon November 19, 2012
Regional Coverage

Group studies Onondaga Lake use - past & future

borisvolodnikov Flickr

Before deciding what the Onondaga Lake shoreline should look like in the future, FOCUS, is looking  at what the community has wanted in the past. The community group that is creating  a roadmap for the future of the polluted lake's shore, has issued a preliminary report documenting 84 years of studies of the lake.

Read more


Fri June 1, 2012

Contaminated sediment to be dredged in Onondaga Lake

Department of Environmental Conservation Commissioner Joe Martens.
Ellen Abbott WRVO

A major step in the clean up of Onondaga Lake is about to begin. Honeywell International will begin the dredging and capping of contaminated lake sediment this summer.

Read more