The Greater Lansing Regional Committee for Stormwater Management has published results from its 2018 water quality survey. Over 600 individuals from the Grand River, Looking Glass and Red Cedar River Watersheds participated in the survey. Thirty-five percent of respondents reported taking some type of action to protect water resources in the past five years. Find out …
Check out the latest news from the Greater Lansing Regional Committee for Stormwater Management. View the newsletter here.
Check out the latest news from the Greater Lansing Regional Committee for Stormwater Management in the July 2018 newsletter.
Construction has begun for water system improvements at Michigan State, including a new water treatment plant located on south campus. Learn more about the new plant here.
MSU Infrastructure Planning and Facilities recently released the 2017 Water Quality Report for the university. The report describes the source and quality of drinking water on campus. Check out the report here.
Proper maintenance of septic tank systems is important for protecting the Red Cedar River and other water bodies throughout Michigan. Check out this article from MSU Extension that discusses the basics of septic systems.
The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality’s latest MDEQ Minute video discusses E. coli and fecal contamination of Michigan’s surface waters and beaches. Check out the video here.
Check out the latest news from the Greater Lansing Regional Committee for Stormwater Management. View their Spring 2018 newsletter here.
The Greater Lansing Regional Committee for Stormwater Management has released its 2017 Annual Report. View the report here.
From the DEQ Storm Water Update: The State of Michigan recently changed a rule under its Soil Erosion and Sedimentation Control (SESC) regulations (Part 91) to make it possible for a person conducting a transportation related project, authorized by a state or governmental agency within its jurisdiction or easement, to obtain a soil erosion permit …