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1st Friday Focus On The Environment: Ann Arbor Dioxane Plume

Oct 6, 2017

Michigan League of Conservation Voters executive director Lisa Wozniak
Credit Michigan League of Conservation Voters / michiganlcv.org
The 1,4 Dioxane plume emanating from the old Gelman Sciences facility in Scio Township is moving slowly moving towards the Huron River and, if left unchecked, could be dangerous to Ann Arbor's drinking water.  In this month's edition of "1st Friday Focus on the Environment," Michigan League of Conservation Voters executive director Lisa Wozniak speaks to Mitch Adelman from the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality about what is being done to contain this hazardous situation.


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