Most facility-specific pages are posted under their respective programs. For example, a property receiving a Brownfield Redevelopment Grant would be listed under the Brownfields page. While much of our work requires collaboration between EGLE's divisions, some projects stand out either due to significant multi-divisional response, significant public interest, or other factors. These projects are listed on this page.
MPART was established in 2017 to address the threat of PFAS contamination in Michigan, protect public health, and ensure the safety of Michigan’s land, air, and water.
The Benton Harbor water system exceeded the federal drinking water action level for lead for three consecutive years until the most recent 6-month compliance sampling period. Those results show decreased levels of lead, putting the city just at the federal action level after three years above that level.
This investment focuses on rebuilding Michigan's infrastructure and provides $500 million worth of funding to help local communities upgrade their drinking water and wastewater infrastructure.
This plan builds on progress the state, utilities, and numerous local communities are making toward Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's goal of achieving economy-wide carbon neutrality by 2050.
This page summarizes what EGLE knows to date about the seepage of toxic materials onto the shoulder of I-696 interstate in Madison Heights on Friday, Dec. 20, 2019.
Stellantis, also known as FCA or Fiat Chrysler America, operates automotive manufacturing at numerous locations on the east side of Michigan. Not every location makes every part of the car as different machines and expertise is needed to finish the car. This webpage lays out the different locations and provides links and information about each location.
A portion of the Detroit River shoreline collapsed on Nov. 26, 2019, at the property at 5851 W. Jefferson Ave. in Detroit, where Detroit Bulk Storage receives, stores, and ships limestone aggregate.
Nestlé Waters North America submitted a permit application to the Department in July 2016, in accordance with Section 17 of the Michigan Safe Drinking Water Act, 1976 PA 399, as amended.
Air emissions from Dow's incinerators and manufacturing operations in the past contained dioxins and furans which were found in the soil downwind of the plant. Today, Dow has a rotary kiln incinerator that is 99.999 percent efficient in eliminating dioxin and furan emissions. However, due to past operations, Dow continues to work with EGLE, EPA and the US Fish and Wildlife service to address dioxin contamination in the Midland and downstream floodplain area.