Cleanup plan announced for site of toxic green ooze in Madison Heights
MADISON HEIGHTS, Mich. Its been nearly seven months since toxic green ooze started leaking along I-696 in Oakland County. The ooze was later linked to the Electroplating Services building along 10 Mile Road. Work is being done to make sure the source of the green ooze is cleaned up permanently. The goal of injection treatment to address the groundwater contamination as it migrates from the Electroplating Services building. Legal proceedings are currently underway to authorize demolition and removal of the Electroplating Services building.
Discovery of green substance on I-696 leads to multi-county contamination investigation
MADISON HEIGHTS, Mich. – The discovery of a green substance seeping onto I-696 in Madison Heights last month led to an investigation into just how far contamination may have spread. MORE: Cyanide, other contaminants found near condemned Madison Heights businessIt was oozing from the embankment. According to the EGLE, the “release likely contributed contaminants to the storm sewer system before it was discovered.”A green substance oozes onto I-696 in Madison Heights. Investigators can’t speculate how long the Madison Heights site has been leaking. READ: Could the man responsible for contamination at Madison Heights site have also done it elsewhere?
Here’s everything we know about the green substance found seeping onto I-696
MADISON HEIGHTS, Mich. – A days-long cleanup has been underway in Madison Heights after a green substance started seeping onto I-696. MORE: Cyanide, other contaminants found near condemned Madison Heights businessIt was oozing from the embankment. Officials say a substance leaking onto I-696 is from Electro-Plating Services, a condemned Madison Heights business. More: Officials say green contaminant on I-696 is likely headed to Lake St. ClairAccording to the EGLE, the “release likely contributed contaminants to the storm sewer system before it was discovered.”A green substance oozes onto I-696 in Madison Heights. Crews have been cleaning up a substance that seeped onto I-696 in Madison Heights.