- Brownfield Flip - The Village at Grand Traverse Commons
The Grand Traverse Commons in Traverse City was a spooky, abandoned state hospital. Thanks to state brownfield incentives, the inviting historic buildings, surrounded by hundreds of acres of public parkland, now house restaurants, shops, offices, and condominiums. Check out this video to find out how financial incentives and technical assistance from the MDEQ helped Grand Traverse County clean up and safely reuse this brownfield site.
- Registration is now open for the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Green Infrastructure Conference
Join over 1,000 engineers, landscape architects, water quality professionals, government officials (local, state, provincial, and federal), developers, planners, academia, drain and road agencies, conservation and non-profit organizations and hear how people are using green infrastructure across the landscape with a primary goal of protecting the surface waters in the Great Lakes region.
- The DEQ is exploring new ways to increase Michigan's recycling rate.
- MIair: Air Quality Network
The Air Quality Division operates a comprehensive air monitoring network to determine the quality of Michigan's ambient air.
- Five Organizations Recognized for Recycling Excellence
- Five Organizations Receive Grants for Stream Water Quality Monitoring
- $500,000 in Grants Awarded for Recycling Education and Infrastructure
- City of Flint's Water System Continues to Improve, Meets Federal Lead and Copper Rule for Eighth Consecutive Time
- New Edition of Energy Resources Curriculum Will Benefit Michigan Science Students
- Upper Peninsula Mining Company Cited for Soil Erosion MORE NEWS