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Over $28.6 Million in State Grants Awarded to Improve MI Water Systems

Deena Bruderick

Sun, 07 Jul 2024 12:12:59 EDT

 


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More than $28.6 million in state grants have been awarded to improve water systems across Michigan, benefiting two communities in Huron County.

The Village of Ubly will receive $585,000, and the City of Harbor Beach will get $138,720. These funds are part of the MI Clean Water Plan, aimed at upgrading infrastructure, ensuring safe drinking water, and protecting the environment.

The grants will help identify and replace lead service lines. The process includes hydrovacing, which uses high-pressure water and vacuum to excavate soil, and in-building investigations to document service line materials.

Governor Gretchen Whitmer and federal agencies have increased funding to address aging water infrastructure and new challenges like PFAS "forever chemicals."

Phil Roos, EGLE director, stated that these grants will accelerate crucial projects like lead service line replacements and sewer system rehabilitations, ensuring healthy drinking water and safeguarding Michigan's Great Lakes and streams.


   

 

 

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