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Community Results Overview

Drinking Water Testing Program - City of Flint Community Data Summary Results

In partnership with the City of Flint and the Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE), the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) is supporting the current Flint water infrastructure project with the drinking water testing program. This is a program where MDHHS offers free water sampling and testing to residents in communities with current and past action level exceedances. The program will provide water quality information on residential tap water to protect public health. This will help to ensure that residents are getting clean water, and it will help to protect public health.

Secondary Water Source Project: Water Blend Stages

The table below provides the start date of the water blending between Great Lakes Water Authority (GLWA) and the secondary water source, Genesee County Drain Commissioner (GCDC). Water samples for this effort were collected after the blend start dates.

Blend Stage Start

Water Blend GLWA/GCDC

Status

8/23/2021

95% GLWA / 5% GCDC

Completed

9/30/2021

75% GLWA / 25% GCDC

Completed

10/11/2021

50% GLWA / 50% GCDC

Completed

10/26/2021

25% GLWA / 75% GCDC

Completed

12/13/2021

50% GLWA /50% GCDC

Completed

1/18/2022

0% GLWA / 100% GCDC

Completed

4/20/2022

95% GLWA / 5% GCDC

Completed

* Projected date for blend stage start, subject to change.
For more information visit https://www.cityofflint.com/progressreport/.

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