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MI Clean Water Plan

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Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy

MI Clean Water Plan

The years since January 2019 have seen more than $4 billion invested to upgrade drinking water, stormwater, and wastewater facilities across the state, supporting over 57,000 jobs, and the work is accelerating.

That's why the state is expanding the MI Clean Water Plan to encompass additional funding streams flowing to Michigan communities to help them provide clean, affordable drinking water and efficient wastewater and stormwater management.

Since the launch of the MI Clean Water Plan, additional resources have been dedicated through state funding programs and via federal resources including Bipartisan Infrastructure Law water infrastructure funding and state fiscal recovery funds from the American Rescue Plan Act. The expanded plan includes those sources, and flexibility for additional grant and loan opportunities anticipated in the future.

Drinking Water Resources

We have resources on a variety of drinking water topics available, including learning where your drinking water comes from, who you can contact with questions, and how to report a concern about your drinking water quality.

Learn about Drinking Water in Michigan

Wastewater Resources

The proper collection, treatment, and disposal of wastewater is an activity that you may not see or even think about but is an important part of protecting human health and the environment. It also plays a significant role in the daily lives of every Michigander.

Learn about Wastewater in Michigan

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