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Report | Environment Michigan

Accidents Waiting to Happen

Chemical plants, manure lagoons, coal ash pits, and other facilities that create potentially harzardous pollution are too often sited next to or nearby our surface waters. This risky practice has resulted in numerous spills of toxic pollution into our waters. We need to better protect our waters from these facilities.

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Woodland wildflowers are blooming! | Nathan Murphy

Lots of spring wildflowers are blooming in woodlands around Michigan. Get out and enjoy them!

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PFAS contaminates surface waters and concentrates in foam | Nathan Murphy

PFAS chemicals concetrate in foam on contaminated surface waters leading to warnings to keep people from exposure to these hazardous chemicals

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PFAS warnings touch our everyday lives | Nathan Murphy

As we see more and more signs, literally, of PFAS contamination in our everydays lives, Environment Michigan will continue to work to protect our families from these chemicals.

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News Release | Environment Michigan

Six Michigan mayors join national coalition to call for a solar energy future

Michigan mayors and a former mayor representing five cities across our state have joined a list of 300 across the U.S. in signing on to a letter calling for a future powered by more clean renewable solar power, released today by Environment Michigan Research & Policy Center. The group of “Mayors for Solar Energy” committed to this cause is bipartisan and represents cities of all sizes spanning all 50 states.

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