Crews hired by Enbridge are back at work along the Kalamazoo River again this month.
In 2010, an Enbridge pipeline broke near Marshall, spewing about a million gallons of crude oil that fouled the Kalamazoo River. The company spent more than a billion dollars cleaning up the spill.
The clean-up is done. But Enbridge spokesman Ryan Duffy says the restoration of the habitat along the river continues.
“We’re just doing some work along the river,putting in logs, roots, woody structures, things like that along the river banks,” says Duffy.
Duffy says the company removed logs and roots from the river during the clean-up.