The city of Miami will be will be sporting an Oklahoma-shaped splash pad for local and area children by next summer 2018. The design will include Miami’s historic Coleman Theatre, WWII British Flyers and the city’s most famous fish, the spoonbill catfish, commonly known as paddlefish. The splash pad will cover roughly more than 6,000 square feet having a 200- to 400-person capacity. The splash pad is being funded by a $583,000 state grant which is almost a grant of $600,000.
During the 19th National Environmental Tar Creek Conference at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College last week, Miami City Manager Dean Kruithof declared about the splash pad on the Eagle Picher site which is an industrial building and the cleanup process there which is its chemical legacy will be cleaned up by the state Department of Environmental Quality.
Kruithof said that splash pad will have multiple water features and benches will be placed along the perimeter. The water will operate on a timer and will only run while in use. It has no standing water and therefore no lifeguards needed. It’s engineered in such a way that they’re safe. It uses tap water, the same water that comes out of the garden hose, and then it basically goes into the sewer system. The splash pad will be equipped with tipping water buckets, water cannons and ground sprays, as well as designated areas for young children and teenagers.
Key role of Chlorinated solvents: According to Kruithof’s presentation, Chlorinated solvents are chemical compounds that have been commonly used in various industries. The smaller of the two plumes is located in the small aquifer under the basement and the other plume in a much longer, deeper aquifer. Chlorinated solvents turn into gas as they rise and dissipate once it reaches the air. The building was keeping the gas trapped, creating a hazard. Kruithof assured residents that nothing will be built atop of the plume and that it will not come in contact with the splash pad.
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