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BoRit Asbestos


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Contractors hydroseeded all of the bare areas on the entrance berms.<br />Date Taken: 5/26/2017<br />Category: Site Photo<br />Latitude: <br />Longitude: <br />Tags:
The bare area next to the conex box near the entrance was hydroseeded, straw matted, and hydroseeded again.<br />Date Taken: 5/26/2017<br />Category: Site Photo<br />Latitude: <br />Longitude: <br />Tags:
Contractors mow the entrance berms and fill in the bare areas with topsoil. The bare areas were caused by the erosion control socks.<br />Date Taken: 5/23/2017<br />Category: Site Photo<br />Latitude: <br />Longitude: <br />Tags:
Contractors removed the stakes, flags and twine from the shoreline in the pond area.  The areas hydroseeded last fall are slowly filling in.<br />Date Taken: 5/23/2017<br />Category: Site Photo<br />Latitude: <br />Longitude: <br />Tags:
Contractors cut open and spread the mulch inside the erosion control socks along the top of the slope by the Wissahickon Creek . . . the vegetation in that area is well established.<br />Date Taken: 5/18/2017<br />Category: Site Photo<br />Latitude: <br />Longitude: <br />Tags:
Contractors set up the sprinklers to water the hydroseeded areas.<br />Date Taken: 5/11/2017<br />Category: Site Photo<br />Latitude: <br />Longitude: <br />Tags:
Contractors remove the erosion control socks along the main entrance of the park . . . the vegetation is well established in that area.<br />Date Taken: 5/11/2017<br />Category: Site Photo<br />Latitude: <br />Longitude: <br />Tags:
Contractors hydroseed the bare patches in the north end of the park area, between Oak Street and Mount Pleasant.<br />Date Taken: 5/10/2017<br />Category: Site Photo<br />Latitude: <br />Longitude: <br />Tags:
Contractors picked up pieces of asbestos-containing-material along the Wissahickon Creek, from Mount Pleasent down to the Wissahickon Valley Watershed Association offices.<br />Date Taken: 4/25/2017<br />Category: Site Photo<br />Latitude: <br />Longitude: <br />Tags:
Contractors leveled out the parking lot area by the trailers with stone.<br />Date Taken: 4/21/2017<br />Category: Site Photo<br />Latitude: <br />Longitude: <br />Tags:
Contractors continue to hydro seed the south part of the park, along Chestnut St.<br />Date Taken: 4/20/2017<br />Category: Site Photo<br />Latitude: <br />Longitude: <br />Tags:
Contractors completing the Park Area grading.<br />Date Taken: 4/18/2017<br />Category: Site Photo<br />Latitude: <br />Longitude: <br />Tags:
Contractors hydro seeded along Reservoir Road.<br />Date Taken: 4/17/2017<br />Category: Site Photo<br />Latitude: <br />Longitude: <br />Tags:
Contractors hydro seeded areas that have sub par growth along the emergency spillway by Tannery Run.<br />Date Taken: 4/13/2017<br />Category: Site Photo<br />Latitude: <br />Longitude: <br />Tags:
Contractors spread clean fill on low areas of the park.<br />Date Taken: 4/12/2017<br />Category: Site Photo<br />Latitude: <br />Longitude: <br />Tags:
Contractors fixed wind screens on the Tannery Run fence.<br />Date Taken: 4/11/2017<br />Category: Site Photo<br />Latitude: <br />Longitude: <br />Tags:
Contractors filled in rills with concrete, along the ramp between the park and Rose Valley Creek.<br />Date Taken: 1/16/2017<br />Category: Site Photo<br />Latitude: <br />Longitude: <br />Tags:
Contractors hydroseeded Sewer Road.<br />Date Taken: 1/13/2017<br />Category: Site Photo<br />Latitude: <br />Longitude: <br />Tags:
View of the recently hydro seeded area(s) at the pond.<br />Date Taken: 1/13/2017<br />Category: Site Photo<br />Latitude: <br />Longitude: <br />Tags:
Contractors set up five decoy dog silhouettes around the pond berms to try prevent the geese from eating the seeds (hydro seed).<br />Date Taken: 1/13/2017<br />Category: Site Photo<br />Latitude: <br />Longitude: <br />Tags: