Don’t be surprised if you see fluorescent green water flowing along Scull Creek Tuesday (Oct. 11).
A crew with RJN Group, Inc. is scheduled to conduct a dye testing near the Scull Creek drainage basin as part of a sanitary sewer evaluation study, according to a city news release.
The testing will primarily occur between Poplar and North streets, with one of the dye tests expected to drain into Scull Creek. Officials said the dye used is non-toxic and will dissipate within a few hours.
For more information, contact Adam Burk of the RJN Group at 479-650-3169.