1st Friday Focus On The Environment: A Washtenaw County Perspective On the 1,4 Dioaxane Plume

Apr 1, 2016

Credit Michigan League of Conservation Voters / www.michiganlcv.org

There is a long road ahead to adequately address an expanding 1,4 dioxane plume in the Ann Arbor area. The plume has contaminated wells in Scio township and Ann Arbor and is slowly moving towards the city's municipal water supply at Barton Pond. In this month's '1st Friday Focus on the Environment',  Liza Wozniak talks with Washtenaw County Commissioner Yousef Rabhi about the next steps in the journey.  


RESOURCES:

City of Ann Arbor FAQ on 1,4-Dioxane and Pall Life Sciences (Gelman)

Scio Residents for Safe Water

CARD: Coalition for Action on Remediation of Dioxane

March 14, 2016 Press Release from MDEQ regarding lowering of allowable Dioxane levels

Newspaper clipping history of the Ann Arbor Dioxane contamination 

Collection of articles on Ann Arbor’s dioxane plume by Ryan Stanton of MLive  

Tucson’s Dioxane:

2011 Arizona Daily Star article “The new federal study on 1,4-dioxane essentially means the maximum level of the compound in drinking water should be about 0.3 of a part per billion”   

Video on Tucson’s new facility to remove 1,4-Dioxane     

Video on opening of Tucson’s Dioxane Treatment Facility 

Tucson’s letter to customers about Dioxane Treatment Plant   

1,4-Dioxane resources from the City of Tucson   

TrojanUV-Pall-Danaher:

TrojanUV’s dioxane treatment system used in Tucson

TrojanUV Case Study:  Tucson, Arizona   

Danaher’s Environmental Page:  “Our products help protect the global water supply”  

Press Release from Danaher on acquisition of Pall, “a highly-respected brand on which customers rely to solve their most difficult purification problems”