Old bridge slabs find new life as artificial reefs

08/23/2007 | WTOP-FM (Washington, D.C.)

More than 1,000 tons in concrete slabs that once were part of the old Woodrow Wilson Bridge crossing the Potomac River between Maryland and Virginia are being put to new use as artificial reefs in the Chesapeake Bay. The slabs were dumped in the bay to help attract fish, oysters and underwater grass beds.

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