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Blue Waters Barge Cleanup Effort
Dane County is partnering with the City of Madison to continue its “blue waters barge” cleanup effort along the shorelines of Lake Mendota and Lake Monona.

The barge will pick up aquatic trash and debris from Madison residents' piers, stormwater outlets, and public beaches from now until the end of August.

The “blue waters barge” and its crew visit Lake Mendota and Lake Monona on alternative weeks throughout the summer to collect aquatic vegetation and other debris that has washed up on shore. Refuse and weeds collected by the barge will be loaded onto elevators the county uses to unload lake weed harvesters and hauled off in county trucks to either a compost site or the landfill.



 
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