Silver Lake, an iconic lake in Indonesia, is in deep trouble, and the city is struggling to contain its water problem.
The Salt Lake City Council has agreed to a $2.6 million settlement with the owners of a salt lake in a bid to prevent a future dip in water quality.
The city is also considering a ban on salt lake dives.
Salt lake dips have become more common in the past two years, when a number of lakes around the world have been inundated with salt water.
Some experts say the surge is being driven by climate change, but others say it is linked to human activities such as the dumping of salt on farms and land.
According to a government report, more than 3,000 people have been killed in the country as a result of salt lake dips.
For now, the city has been making some changes to shore up its water infrastructure.
It will soon start a $1 million pilot project to remove excess salt from the shores of the waterway.
It also plans to build an additional 60 miles of salt pipe from the lake’s mouth to the shoreline.
Mayor Ron Sims said he wants to save the lake by removing any excess salt.
“I’m a very conscious of how we’re going to protect the lake,” Sims said.
“Salt lake dip is a danger and it’s dangerous for all of us.”