Items Tagged with 'water'
Wolverine Worldwide has pledged to pay for water testing and filtration systems in homes that might have been affected by the manufacturer’s disposal of leather tanning byproducts in the 1960s. Read More
Officials are shutting off drinking fountains and providing bottled water at a middle school in the area, as they test water for possible hazardous chemicals from a decades-old tannery waste dump site nearby. Read More
Recognition of Earth Day around the country will include thousands of activities and community demonstrations specifying various aspects of sustainability and pride of association. Read More
Ask anyone in New York City why their bagels are the best in the world and they’ll say, “It's the water!” Read More
City also ready to change the way it sanitizes customers’ water.
The city of Grand Rapids will spend up to $3.7 million to make energy improvements to its wastewater system and also add a new and less risky method to disinfect drinking water for its customers in four cities, four townships and Ottawa County. Read More
Another West Michigan brewery is teaming up with an organization in an attempt to better the world’s water supply. Read More
MSU research points to potential future problem of too many wells there.
The Ottawa County Planning Commission has learned from Michigan State University researchers that the deep aquifer under the center of the county may not be able to recharge sufficiently, under current levels of pumping. “We are at a critical crossroads right now with the main aquifer in the county,” said Mark Knudsen, director of the Ottawa County Planning and Performance Improvement Department. Read More