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  • If you’re having your water service restored, you need to flush your pipes for thirty minutes! This ensures you are drinking and cooking with water that has not been sitting stagnant in your pipes, potentially exposing you to lead, copper, and other sediments. Most people are able to flush their home properly themselves by following some simple directions. Watch this video to learn how or visit us at Michigan.gov/MiLeadSafe to download a printable guidance document.

  • Report Environmental Emergency 24/7; Call 800-292-4706

  • Need Environmental Assistance? Call 800-662-9278

  • EGLE FOIA Request Center

  • coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19)

Calendar, Events and Training

  • The Great Lakes Water Infrastructure Conference has been postponed until December 2020

  • EGLE Calendar, Events and Training

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  • Solar panels in a grassy field with a bright blue sky with the text 'energy'

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  • A winter lake scene with fir trees covered in snow and the text reading 'Mi Environment'

  • A silver kitchen faucet filling a class of water and the text 'Mi Lead Safe'

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