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Top 10 MI Environment stories in 2022
December 29, 2022
From stories on harmful algal blooms in the Great Lakes, to PFAS chemicals, to rubber roads made from scrap tires, MI Environment in 2022 covered a wide variety of topics.
All told, EGLE published 174 stories during the course of the year. MI Environment articles are written by EGLE staff and focus and the agency's mission, vision and values.
More than 15,500 people subscribe to MI Environment’s weekly digest, up from 11,700 this time last year.
Here are the Top Ten most-read stories of 2022:
- Harmful algal blooms in Lake Erie expected to be smaller this year, says NOAA
- EGLE establishes new surface water values for two PFAS chemicals
- Michigan’s miles of recycled rubberized road stretch on
- The state of knowledge on harmful algal blooms of cyanobacteria in the Great Lakes
- A fresh look at shoreline protection: New resources and solutions for strong, natural erosion control on Michigan’s inland lakes
- EGLE offers guidance for proper disposal of residential swimming pool water
- Great Lakes cruise industry rides wave of sustainability
- National Prescription Drug Take Back Day is April 30
- New story map explains how landfills work
- One-time influx of federal dollars to help communities shore up aging water systems, protect the Great Lakes