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Dumont Lake campsite trashed

MRC Pontiac staff collected more than a ton-and-a-half of garbage from the beach on Dumont Lake. Among the trash that was collected was the hood of a vehicle as well as 40-50 propane cannisters.

Chris Lowrey
TNO Nov. 23, 2017
The remnants of another camping season in the books were on full display on Nov. 23 when MRC Pontiac staff were on site to clean the area.
MRC Pontiac staff collected more than one and-a-half tons of refuse from the beach at Dumont Lake.
Among the items found on the beach were beer cans, footwear, dozens of propane tanks and even the hood of a car.
In fact, according to MRC Pontiac Environmental Coordinator Thierry Raimbault, staff found between 40 and 50 propane tanks left over from campers using miniature table-top grills.
Other items left on the beach include: a couch frame, the hood and door of a car, camping chairs, bathing suits and empty bottles.

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