Construction of the Green Bay Processing Facility
The Fox River Cleanup Group completed a detailed sampling and analysis program to refine the limits of selected areas scheduled for dredging in 2009. This program was extended through fall 2008 to areas of the river scheduled for dredging in subsequent years.
The Fox River Cleanup Group submitted to the EPA and WDNR the Pre-Final Design (90%) for cleanup work to be performed from 2010 to completion.
Dredging operations begin.
Capping and sand covering operations begin.
First year of operations conclude. Dredging and processing exceed 2009 targets.
Dredging resumes on the lower Fox River.
The Fox River Cleanup Project tops 700,000 work hours without a lost time incident (total does not include hours for transportation of sediment to the landfill).
Dredging and processing operations conclude for 2010. Second year operations exceed target goals every week of operations.
The third year of dredging and processing begins.
Capping and covering operations resume.
Dredging and processing conclude for the season.
Capping and covering operations conclude for the 2011 season.
Operations resume for the 2012 season.
Project workers reach one million safe work hours.
Dredging and processing operations resumed in OU4.
Capping and covering operations resumed.
Shipwreck Debris Removal efforts begin near the Processing Facility.
Dredging and processing resume for the 2014 season.
Shipwreck debris removal resumes.
Shipwreck debris removal concludes.
Project workers top 1.5 million safe work hours.
Dredging and processing operations conclude for 2014.
Dredging and processing operations begin for the 2015 season.
Operations conclude for the 2015 season.
Remediation work resumes on the Lower Fox River.
Operations conclude for the 2016 season.
Operations conclude for the 2017 season.
Dredging operations resume for the 2018 season.
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