Officials in Toledo say they are doing daily water testing for the dangerous toxin that led to a water crisis in the region a year ago that left some Monroe County residents without water for days.
Detroit Water and Sewerage Spokesperson Curtrise Garner said that residents don’t need to worry and that the water is safe.
Flint’s system last month was in violation of the Safe Drinking Water Act because of high levels of a disinfectant byproduct.
Water consumption is beneficial for flushing toxins from vital organs and keeping the body hydrated.
Some homes and businesses in Highland Park are seeing cloudy water, but there may not be enough money to fix the problem.
A Livingston County community has decided that it will no longer fluoridate its drinking water supply.
Officials are looking for ways to fund a drinking water monitoring system that serves millions of people in a number of southeastern Michigan counties, and a lack of money could shut it down by year’s end.
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