Workers on Thursday were moving the large tent covering the removal of contaminated dirt from the area near Richland Creek and West Main Street in Belleville. The tent is 300 feet long and 132 feet wide and is being moved for the next phase of the $35 million Ameren Illinois cleanup of coal gas contamination from more than a century ago.
Workers on Thursday were moving the large tent covering the removal of contaminated dirt from the area near Richland Creek and West Main Street in Belleville. The tent is 300 feet long and 132 feet wide and is being moved for the next phase of the $35 million Ameren Illinois cleanup of coal gas contamination from more than a century ago. Steve Nagy snagy@bnd.com
Workers on Thursday were moving the large tent covering the removal of contaminated dirt from the area near Richland Creek and West Main Street in Belleville. The tent is 300 feet long and 132 feet wide and is being moved for the next phase of the $35 million Ameren Illinois cleanup of coal gas contamination from more than a century ago. Steve Nagy snagy@bnd.com

Big white tent is being picked up and moved

December 08, 2016 02:51 PM

UPDATED December 08, 2016 03:44 PM

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