Michigan agencies collaborate to reduce sewer overflows

Three agencies charged with collecting wastewater in southeast Michigan are teaming up as part of a unique collaboration aimed at reducing sewer overflows to the Rouge River, a tributary of the Detroit River that has been identified as an Area of Concern within the Great Lakes watershed by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. By working together, the Great Lakes Water Authority, the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department, and the Water Resources Commissioner of Oakland County, Michigan, will reduce overflows into the river faster and for less expense than if they each acted individually.

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