It’s called the No Spills Conference. This is its 27th year.
The money is being used, in some cases, to fund what officials call innovative approaches to addressing waste water.
The second part of the state ‘s strategy is a focus on promoting water-based recreation and exploring the untapped potential of the revitalization of waterfronts.
Michigan is the only state in the nation that doesn’t have a statewide septic code. So once installed, no one is required to look at the tank again.
The Genesee County Medical Society this week said pregnant women and children in Flint should use an abundance of caution when it comes to drinking water.
The group said filters work when used correctly. But they say it’s better for pregnant women and children to be cautious, and drink bottled water. Continue reading
Scientists say it’s safe for Flint residents to bathe and shower with city water.
Experts say, about two years ago there was chloroform in Flint’s water. Chloroform can burn the skin and can be deadly if inhaled. Continue reading
Congressman Dan Kildee is calling on the U.S. Department of Defense to find an alternative water source for Oscoda residents who use well water.
Although the farm has been approved by the Department of Environmental Quality, the anglers are still worried it poses a threat to the river.
Plains All American Pipelines is attempting to get permission from the government to push crude oil through the lines.
More than 100 people showed up to tell their stories, and attempt to be heard at the national level.
The overarching theme for the event, as Nancy Pelosi addressed a church full of Flint residents, was looking forward.
Michigan scientists said it’s early, but as of now, there isn’t enough evidence to confirm or deny any possible link between the rise in Legionnaires Disease in Genesee county and the water crisis in Flint. Continue reading