IEHA Photo Gallery

IEHA photo gallery


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SW-0009201 viewsPhoto Date: April 21, 2014
Photo Credit: Eric Kaufman
Description: EHS Fikru Hailu collects surface water samples at a pond with 0 % dissolved oxygen due to a release of organic materials from a nearby factory.
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SW-00011835 viewsPhoto Date: 10/2/2002
Photo Credit: Jason Ravenscroft
Description: Unknown discharge from a storm sewer outfall.
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SW-0002164 viewsPhoto Date: 7/7/2002
Photo Credit: Jason Ravenscroft
Description: Dead fish in a creek from a pesticide spill.
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SW-0003162 viewsPhoto Date: 5/9/2003
Photo Credit: Jason Ravenscroft
Description: Creek discolored due to run off from a spill on a nearby interstate.
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SW-0004176 viewsPhoto Date: 4/11/2001
Photo Credit: Jason Ravenscroft
Description: Fuel getting into a creek due to a release from an underground storage tank at a nearby gas station making its way into the storm sewer.
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SW-0005148 viewsPhoto Date: 4/11/2001
Photo Credit: Jason Ravenscroft
Description: Dead fish from a fish kill in a retention pond in a residential subdivision.
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SW-0006158 viewsPhoto Date: 6/4/2004
Photo Credit: Jason Ravenscroft
Description: Absorbent boom placed on a creek to catch fuel oil released to the waterway.
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SW-0007178 viewsPhoto Date: 08-15-13
Photo Credit: Ellie Hansotte
Description: Retention pond fish kill
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SW-00081862 viewsPhoto Date: 8/5/14
Photo Credit: Gretchen Quirk
Description: Sanitary sewer overflow at lateral cleanout.
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SW-0010a36 viewsPhoto Date: April 19, 2018
Photo Credit: Jason Ravenscroft
Description: Dye test for home suspected of discharging sewage into creek from broken sewer lateral.
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SW-0010b36 viewsPhoto Date: April 19, 2018
Photo Credit: Jason Ravenscroft
Description: Dye test for home suspected of discharging sewage into creek from broken sewer lateral.
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SW-001138 viewsPhoto Date: 6/4/18
Photo Credit: Alicia van Ee
Description: A beef cow slipped into the ditch and died. This ditch led into a creek that fed a popular lake in the area.
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