Community commitment to the old Traverse City State Hospital saved it from the wrecking ball, then a developer’s vision and EGLE investment made history.
EGLE staff get to visit some pretty cool places while helping communities reuse contaminated sites. The historic WWJ building in Oak Park is one.
Standish's old depot was restored to the center of community life after a contaminated gas station next door was demolished and the pollution removed by EGLE.
EGLE's meteorologists work in the Air Quality Division to model the impact of air pollutants such as ozone across the state.
EGLE Director Clark testified before the Michigan House of Representatives' Appropriations Committee on Jan. 15 about the Electro-Plating Services incident.
The U.P. school district installed a roof-mounted solar photovoltaic energy system -- partly funded by an EGLE grant -- that will offset energy costs and provide real-world lessons about renewable energy.
The first of Michigan's electric school buses arrived recently at five Michigan school districts. EGLE is contributing to the funding of the program.
The removal of a failing century-old dam has restored a stretch of the Kalamazoo River closer to its natural state, improved angling and water sport opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts.
With high radon levels in one of every four homes in Michigan, EGLE is joining with others to observe Radon Action Month in January.
EGLE has launched GovQA -- its new online Freedom of Information Act request processing portal.
High water levels have caused adverse effects for many property owners who live along lakes around the state, and in response, EGLE is expediting permits for work to stem further damage.