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  1. Reduce storm water runoff with rain gardensRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Northern Michigan News

    Thunderstorms recently left many homes and roads flooded throughout Northern Michigan, raising water levels as well as concerns about storm water runoff.


  2. Fracking focus of Tuesday town hall meeting in White LakeRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 15 | Hometown Life

    Oakland County Water Resources Commissioner Jim Nash will hold another in his series of town hall meetings to focus on the impact of state-issued oil and natural gas drilling leases in Oakland County.


  3. Waste Connections (WCN) Set to Announce Earnings on MondayRead the original story

    Friday | AmericanBankingNews.com

    Waste Connections will post its Q114 quarterly earnings results on Monday, April 21st.


  4. State Tells West Fork To Stop Sewage Flow Into White RiverRead the original story

    Thursday | 5NEWSonline.com

    The City of West Fork is under state order to stop raw sewage from leaking into the White River, after two sewage leaks were found at the city's wastewater treatment plant earlier this month.


  5. Residents want say on sludge spreading Caroline County residents can...Read the original story

    Thursday | Fredericksburg.com

    Caroline County residents can formally weigh in on Synagro Central LLC's plans to spread treated sewage sludge on several thousand acres.


  6. Officials: No new plans to clean up airRead the original story

    Thursday | Denton Record-Chronicle

    State environmental officials reaffirmed Thursday that they have no plans to add new control measures to clean up North Texas air, insisting that air quality will meet federal standards by 2018.


  7. Hundreds of dead fish belly-up in Fountain Lake in Byrd ParkRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | WTVR Richmond

    The Richmond Department of Environmental Quality said they got a complaint about the dead fish on Wednesday, and biologists found around 200 dead bluegill fish floating in the lake.


  8. Flint water rate questions abound on eve of switch away from Detroit and to riverRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | MLive.com

    Charles Tutt wanted to know what impact decisions made in Flint today about water supply and customer costs will have on the future of the city.


  9. Bill seeks to ease Lafayette Parish water woesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 16 | The Daily Advertiser

    Sens. Page Cortez, R-Lafayette, and Fred Mills, R-Parks, say legislation approved Wednesday in committee could help residents in their communities end years of suffering with discolored water.


  10. 200 dead fish at Fountain Lake baffles biologistsRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 17 | NBC12

    Richmond biologists are busy trying to figure out what killed a certain type of fish at Fountain Lake in Byrd Park.


  11. Residents Near Bridgeton Landfill to Receive Settlement for Noxious Odors, Underground FireRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 17 | Sys-Con Media

    The class action lawsuit that prompted the settlement alleged lost property value and public nuisance caused by the overwhelming and noxious odors released from an underground fire in the depths of the landfill.


  12. Engineers open valves of treatment plant, begin taking in Flint River waterRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 17 | WJRT

    For nearly 50 years, the city of Flint has depended on water from the Detroit water system.


  13. Hundreds of Fish Found Dead in Byrd Park LakeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 17 | WRIC-TV Richmond

    Fountain Lake looks as pretty as it always does until you get to close to some of the edges and see several dead fish, which has disturbed many park goers.


  14. More than 300 million gallons of treated wastewater released into Saginaw RiverRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 17 | MLive.com

    The impact of heavy rain that fell in the region last weekend is still being felt, in the river levels that are just now falling below flood stage and in large discharges from local sewage treatment systems overwhelmed by the deluge.


  15. Questions on Flint water switch? Follow live blog of city's Q&A sessionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 17 | MLive.com

    Will water from the Flint River have a different taste? What about the smell? Will the quality of drinking water be the same when Flint switches to the river after buying treated Lake Huron water from Detroit for nearly 50 years? Those are a few examples of questions people may ask during two public forums today, April 17, as Flint prepares to ... (more)


  16. SEED close to closing on new industrial propertyRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 17 | Sweetwater Reporter

    At the SEED board of directors meeting on Monday, approval was given for the purchase of some property to be used as an access point for SEED's new industrial property.


  17. City says Flint River water will be pumped to homes, businesses Monday, April 21Read the original story

    Thursday Apr 17 | MLive.com

    Faucets in the city will be filled with Flint River water starting Monday, April 21, officials said today, April 17. Emergency Manager Darnell Earley and city public works officials said they plan to open gates at the Flint water treatment plant at 2 p.m. today, bringing in about 12 million gallons of river water for treatment test runs that are ... (more)


  18. Tiny houses popular in Northwest, but banned in SalemRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 17 | Statesman Journal

    Tiny houses. Everyone loves them. Cute, inexpensive, and eco-friendly, tiny houses are popping up all over the Northwest.


  19. Flint plans to start using its river water instead of Detroit's on MondayRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 17 | The Detroit News

    Flint -- Flint's plans to get drinking water from the Flint River instead of the Detroit water department are expected to become reality on Monday.


  20. 2-2011 News: Nucor Go-AheadRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 17 | Metal Center News

    The Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality has issued an air quality permit to Nucor Corp., Charlotte, N.C., paving the way for construction to begin on the steelmaker's direct reduced iron facility in St. James Parish.