Other the last week Princeton Hydro and the Lake Hopatcong Commission installed the newest Biochar installations that absorbs variety of pollutants including phosphorus as they try to enter the lake.
As the follow-up to the video posted on Thursday the following outlines more of the facts of the death of Curtis R. Mulch on June 24, 2020, and the efforts that went into saving his life and the final efforts from the Department of Environmental Protection (NJ DEP) to remove the submerged Weed Harvester from Lake Hopatcong.
This last weekend the Sussex County GOP canceled their Lake Hopatcong Boat rally due to weather, but that didn’t stop the rally of over 50 boats that still participated, while the opposing group called “Anti-Trump Rally: No Hate on Out Lake” stayed in the River Styx Area which was outside of the limited zone of the Trump Boats.
LAKE HOPATCONG, NEW JERSEY – To prevent harmful algal blooms (HABs) in New Jersey’s largest lake, a clay-based nutrient inactivating technology called Phoslock, is being applied in Lake Hopatcong this week. This is the largest Phoslock treatment to occur in the Northeastern U.S. The Phoslock treatment, which is happening in the southern end of the lake called Landing Channel, is expected to take approximately one week depending on the weather conditions.
By Greg Kopf, Brand Ambassador at BOATiD.com: Summer is upon us and it’s time to prepare for something we know and love – boating season! Before embarking on your boating journey, it’s important to be mindful of a few safety and maintenance tips.