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Crews inspecting water flowing into Strontia Springs Reservoir

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Denver Water concerned about ash, sediment from Lower North Fork Fire

By Gabrielle Porter

Denver Water just finished a cleanup of Strontia Springs Reservoir, but now the company must be alert to a new round of possible contamination from the Lower North Fork Fire.

The reservoir reopened March 3 after a $17.7 million dredging project that cleaned out sediment and ash that came from tributaries affected by the 2002 Hayman Fire and the 1996 Buffalo Creek Fire.


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