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Clean-up efforts are continuing along the Mantua Creek following last weeks fuel spill.  The creek has been surveyed and locations where the fuel product has gathered have been identified. Crews are in the process of cleaning these areas and will access even the more remote areas along the creek. Officials are still assessing the impact of the spill on both the environment and wildlife and will continue to do so throughout the remediation effort. The odor along the creek remains strong and people and their pets should continue to avoid the water.  The clean-up will be tedious work. Crews will remain along the creek for some time. We are asking that folks not interfere with their efforts - let them do their jobs. If residents have questions or information, please reach out to wenonahemergencymanagement@gmail.com

We are meeting with the DEP and others tomorrow and should have more info about the clean up effort and the impact of the spill at that time.

Mayor Dominy

Update on fuel spill...Borough Office of Emergency Management has been out with DEP and cleanup contractors working to remediate the spill on Mantua Creek. Booms are being placed at strategic locations including Mantua Ave. Residents should be aware of the odor and oil sheen on the creek. Any questions please contact OEM at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

This weeks tanker truck accident on Route 55 has apparently spilled diesel fuel into Mantua Creek.  Please keep yourself and your pets away from the creek waters at this time.

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