The general public company that was chargeable for black, smelly water being discharged into water under Niagara Falls says it is employed an engineering agency to guage the discharge.
The Niagara Falls Water Board stated in a press release launched Monday that it is retained Los Angeles-based mostly AECOM to research particulars resulting in the July 29 discharge of black water from the general public authority’s wastewater plant.
The discharge turned the Niagara River close to the bottom of the falls black on a sunny day when the world was crowded with vacationers. Media protection confirmed aerial photographs of the inky discharge clouding the American aspect of the river financial institution.
State officers are investigating what led to the discharge, whereas Niagara County lawmakers are looking for a legal investigation by a number of businesses.