"Desperate to clear away the excess snow that's crippled the region, Boston officials are asking the public to conjure up creative ways to dispose of it - and fast." - By Steve Annear, "What will we do with all the snow? Boston looking for ideas," in Boston Globe, February 10, 2015. Here is that article.
This is quite an opportunity for local public relations agencies to create tactics for disruptive removal. They might partner with the scientists at MIT or the professors of entrepreneurship at Harvard Business School.
In my first Christmas without snow, here in the Southwest, I sent an email to former college acquaintance Sally Spahn Mennen, based in Ithaca. That area was being hammered with record snowfall. I asked her to email as much as she could to me. Perhaps it went into Spam. The white flakes never arrived.