Tag: great lakes

Freshwater Weekly: April 27, 2020

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April 24, 2020 This week: Gov. Whitmer’s Water Service Restoration Order Reports Are Available Online + Weak EPA Means More Water Pollution + Environmental Group Finds Elevated PFAS Levels In Creek Sediments + 10-Years Later, Still No Cleanup Plan at Air Force Base + Ignoring COVID-19, Enbridge Wants to Move Forward With Line 5 + […]

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Freshwater Weekly: April 13, 2020

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April 10, 2020 This week: Water Service Update During COVID-19 + New Law Mandates Indiana Schools Test for Lead Contamination + Lakes Levels Still Breaking Records + Does Your Organization Qualify for CARES Act Help? Water Service Update During COVID-19 The pandemic revealed the importance of water access and the harmful impacts of water shutoffs.  […]

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Freshwater Future Weekly: April 7, 2020

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April 3, 2020 This week: Water Service Restoration Update + COVID-19 has Great Lakes aquariums and museums offering online activities + Federal Judge Allows Flint Water Lawsuit Against Former Gov Snyder to Proceed + Flint mayor announces city-wide curfew effective April 2nd Water Service Restoration Update Michigan: Whitmer orders that homes’ water service be restored amid […]

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Freshwater Weekly: March 13, 2020

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March 13, 2020 Visits with Federal Representatives Highlight Water Issues + Detroit to Restore Water Service to Aid in Coronavirus Prevention + Lakes Superior, Michigan, Huron and Erie Set Water Level Records in February + POSTPONED–Flint Community Water Lab Grand Opening + Pellston, Michigan Students Help Discover PFAS in Homes Visits with Federal Representatives Highlight […]

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Freshwater Weekly: February 16th, 2020

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February 14, 2020 This week: PFAS in Pellston, Michigan Found through Freshwater Future PFAS Testing Program + House Passes Legislation to Boost Great Lakes Cleanup Money + Michigan Teen Turns Plastic Thrown in the Great Lakes into Clothing + South Side Chicago Residents Working on Lead Issues PFAS in Pellston, Michigan Found through Freshwater Future […]

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Freshwater Weekly: January 24th, 2020

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January 24, 2020 This week:  Supreme Court Rules Flint Residents Can Sue City and State Over Water + Indiana Attempts to Limit Lake Access + Michigan Sues 17 Companies Over PFAS + Ice Balls Roll Up on Great Lakes Shores + Michigan’s Governor Requested to Declare Water Shutoffs Health Emergency Supreme Court Rules Flint Residents […]

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Freshwater Weekly: January 9th, 2020

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January 9, 2020 This week:  Michigan Accepting Comments on Drinking Water Standard for PFAS Chemicals + Side by Side Comparison of the World’s Greatest Lakes + Steel Rod left in Straits of Mackinac Moves 150 feet due to Currents + Erosion Endangers Goderich, ON Water Treatment Plant + Update on Green Ooze in Detroit Your […]

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Freshwater Weekly: January 2nd, 2020

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January 2, 2020 This week:  Youth Water Protector, Autumn Peltier Stands Up for Great Lakes + Lake Huron Site in Running for Nuclear Waste Facility + Lawsuit Filed Against the City of Cleveland for Water Shutoffs + Satellite Image Captures Details of Great Lakes Youth Water Protector, Autumn Peltier Stands Up for Great Lakes Sixteen-year-old, […]

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Freshwater Weekly November 15, 2019

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November 15, 2019 This week:  Demolition in Detroit Receives Scathing Audit Report +Water Democracy Forum Friday Night at University of Toledo + Lake Levels Swing from Extreme Lows to Record Highs + Flint Teen Water Testing Featured by C.S. Mott Foundation + Wisconsin Wetlands Celebrates 50-years Demolition in Detroit Receives Scathing Audit Report  Improper demolition […]

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