Tag: drinking water

Freshwater Weekly: March 6, 2020

Posted on March 6, 2020 by

March 6, 2020 This week:  Worried about what’s in your drinking water? + Chicago River’s History–It’s Complicated + Flint Community Lab Grand Opening March 25  + Freshwater Future Grants Available + Federal Court Knocks Down Lake Erie Bill of Rights Worried about what’s in your drinking water? Doubt is filling millions of homes as toxic chemicals contaminate […]

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Freshwater Weekly: December 21st, 2019

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December 20, 2019 This week:  Will Slow Action and Politics Result in Asian Carp in the Great Lakes? + Update on Uranium Site Spill in the Detroit River  + New York State Bill to Fund Purchase of Floodplain Properties + Bipartisan US Bill Introduced to Address Emerging Threats to Drinking Water  + It’s Raining and […]

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Statement From Freshwater Future on the Governor’s PFAS Plan

Posted on December 3, 2019 by

Columbus, Ohio – Today Governor Dewine, the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency, and the Ohio Department of Health rolled out their Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) action plan. PFAS is a water repellent chemical that can be found in such items as teflon pans, carpets, food, fire fighting foam and drinking water. It is known as […]

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Freshwater Weekly November 25, 2019

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November 22, 2019 This week:  Water Infrastructure Investments Payoff + Wisconsin Proposes PFAS Standards + Boat Noise Damages Fish Hearing + Drinking Water Crisis Topic of New Book +Update from Recent News Water Infrastructure Investments Payoff Investing in water infrastructure, such as piping for drinking water and wastewater, as well as stormwater, has high dividends according […]

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Freshwater Weekly: October 3, 2019

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October 3, 2019 This week: Worrisome PFAS Levels Found in Drinking Water Supplies from Lake Erie + Oil Pipeline Denied Water Certification + Plastics as Part of Our Geology Worrisome PFAS Levels Found in Drinking Water Supplies from Lake Erie Two municipal drinking water systems in Michigan, Monroe and Frenchtown test results found PFOS at 16 […]

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City must stay ahead of drinking water crisis

Posted on August 20, 2019 by

Author, Dominga Grace is a resident of West Toledo and a University of Toledo public health student. Dominga participated in a Youth Water Summit this past June sponsored by Junction Coalition and Freshwater Future.   The water crisis was a result of a toxic algal bloom bearing down on Toledo’s drinking water intake pipe. It […]

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