Combined sewer overflows, or CSOs, are one of the most serious
pollution problems facing the Great Lakes. These discharges force beach
closures, prompt health advisories urging people to stay out of polluted
rivers, harm wildlife and hurt tourism.
Operation Clean Water published a report about E. Coli in our beach
water. Click on the link below to read the report.
E.Coli In Our
A Report by the Healing Our Waters® - Great Lakes Coalition titled
"Turning the Tide: Investing in Wastewater Infrastructure to Create Jobs
and Solve the Sewage Crisis in the Great Lakes" provides more
information about pollution in the Great Lakes. Click on the link
below to read the report, written in August 2010.
Turning the Tide:
Investing in Wastewater Infrastructure to Create Jobs and Solve the
Sewage Crisis in the Great Lakes
Free Press Staff Writer Steave Neavling comments on the situation.
Click on the link below to read his article.
Report Faults Detroit for Sewers - published in the Detroit Free
Press August 10, 2010
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