Petition Calls On Automakers To Cease Business With Suppliers That Use Hexavalent ChromiumHundreds of signatures have been collected on a petition calling on major auto companies to stop doing business, or using parts, from suppliers that utilize hexavalent chromium.
Protesters Call For Huron River Polluters To Pay UpProtesters are demanding for state regulators to issue fines and for legislators to create tougher pollution laws.
Water Testing Shows No Detection Of Hexavalent Chromium After SpillTesting done by the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) over the weekend did not detect the presence of hexavalent chromium in the Huron River following the release of the chemical in the water system last week.
State Officials Say Testing Continues After Huron River Chemical Spill, Preliminary Results Detect No PresenceState officials say tests on Wednesday for nine surface water samples after a chemical spill in Huron River did not show the detectable presence of hexavalent chromium.
Officials Urge Residents To Avoid Huron River Due To Hexavalent Chromium SpillThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services and the Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy are urging residents in Monroe, Oakland, Livingston, Wayne, and Washtenaw counties to avoid the Huron River after a chemical spill.
Building That Housed Green Ooze To Be Demolished In Madison HeightsThe public health hazard pushed the city council to approve the site to be demolished.
Macomb County Engineers Working To Stop Green Substance Spread On I-696Macomb County engineers are working to stop the spread of a green substance found oozing onto I-696, according to officials.