Ground-water contamination in East Bay Township, Michigan by F. R Twenter Download PDF EPUB FB2
GROUND-WATER CONTAMINATION IN EAST BAY TOWNSHIP, MICHIGAN By F. Twenter, T. Cummings, and N. Grannemann ABSTRACT Glacial deposits, as much as feet thick, underlie the study area. The upper 29 to feet, a sand and gravel unit, is the aquifer tapped for water by all wells in the area.
This unit is underlain byCited by: Get this from a library. Ground-water contamination in East Bay Township, Michigan. [F R Twenter; T Ray Cummings; N G Grannemann; United States. Coast Guard.; Geological Survey (U.S.)].
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Health assessment for Avenue E Groundwater Contamination, Traverse City, Grand Traverse County, Michigan, Region 5. CERCLIS No. MID CERCLIS No. MID Preliminary report.
counties in southeastern Michigan, began a Ground-Water Quality Atlas of Oakland County, Michigan. 2 study of the occurrence and distribution of arsenic in ground water in southeastern Michi-gan. The early results of this study raised broader concerns in Oakland County about the.
This pattern of nitrate contamination of ground water through high permeability surface sediments has been widely documented in Michigan (Kittleson, ) and elsewhere (Madison and Brunett, ). Nitrate concentrations in ground water change at spatial scales smaller than the square-mile mapping unit used in these maps.
Ground-water contamination in Michigan _____ 9 Contaminants introduced from the surface._____ 12 Discharged softening-plant effluent in Paris Township._____ 42 naw Bay and Grand Rapids areas, irreparable damage has been caused by the encroachment of saline water into fresh-water by: Book (8) Government document (1) Government Document Ground-water contamination in East Bay Township, Michigan / by F.
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This is a list of Superfund sites in Michigan designated under the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) environmental law.
The CERCLA federal law of authorized the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to create a list of polluted locations requiring a long-term response to clean up hazardous material contaminations.
ii i™ ii AVENUE "E GROUNDWATER CONTAMINATI MICHIGAN EPA ID# MID EPA REGION 5 Grand Traverse County Traverse City Other Names: East Bay Township Residential Wells Site Description The acre Avenue "E" Groundwater Contamination site consists of two areas: the acre U.S.
Coast Guard Air Station and a acre area bordered. Groundwater contamination: A= Site overlies vulnerable aquifer, B= Undocumented Michigan book to groundwater, C= Analytical data confirms contamination, D= Department of Public Health recommends non-use, E= 60 or more groundwater supplies impacted, F= No groundwater contamination.
The Avenue E Groundwater Contamination site is listed on the National Priorities List. In August the Michigan Department of Public Health and the Department of Natural Resources discovered chemical contamination of 2 private wells in East Bay Township.
By November36 of 69 wells that were tested were found to be contaminated. RELATIONSHIP TO GROUNDWATER CONTAMINATION FROM THE KL AVENUE LANDFILL, KALAMAZOO COUNTY, MICHIGAN Joseph S.
Hobin, M.S. Western Michigan University, The objectives of this investigation were to explain the hydrogeology of Bonnie Castle and Dustin Lakes and to assess the water quality of the lake environments withAuthor: Joseph S. Hobin. Industrial, military and other contamination.
PFC contamination of drinking water first came to national attention inwhen attorney Robert A. Bilott filed a class-action suit on behalf of 50, people whose drinking water was polluted by PFOA from DuPont's Teflon plant in Parkersburg, W. In Novemberthe company agreed to a.
Brighton, MI - Residents are concerned about ground water contamination and other environmental factors if the permits for the site on Jacoby Road are : Nicole Krawcke.
Ground water at Michigan Consolidated Gas Company's Riverside Park (Site WA23) (Frank Belobraidich, Michigan Department of Natural Resources, written comm., and ; Michigan Sites of Environmental Contamination-Priority List, ActMichigan Department of Natural Resources and ; and Steve Cunningham, Michigan Department.
Michigan has about streams (rivers and creeks) with a combined length of 36, miles (58, km) and ab lakes and ponds. Michigan borders four of the five Great Lakes and is a signatory to the Great Lakes Compact. The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality is responsible for the management of Michigan's water resources.
The area covered by this report comprises a square which measures three townships on a side and enclose square miles in southeastern Oakland County. The investigation of the ground-water resources of this area was made by the U.S.
Geological Survey in cooperation with the Detroit Metropolitan Area Regional Planning Commission, the Michigan Department of Conservation, and the Cited by: Ossineke Ground Water Contamination.
The acre Ossineke Ground Water Contamination Superfund site is in Ossineke, Michigan. Operations at three properties – the Barn gas station and convenience store, the Marathon Service Station, and an area near Alphonse and LaRose Streets – are thought to have contaminated soil and groundwater at the site.
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Groundwater Contamination: Michigan Environmental Education Curriculum Water. The contamination of groundwater, which is a principal source of drinking water, is a serious health and environmental problem in many areas of the United States and the world.
During this investigation you will learn. A former refinery site in Mt. Pleasant long under the watch of the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality has tested positive for PFAS, an emerging Author: Lisa Yanick Litwiller. Fracking in Michigan: How Drilling for Natural Gas Could Impact the Great Lakes.
Posted Ma by Web Editor & filed under EcoPerspectives Blog. Summary: A brief look at the fracking industry in Northern Michigan, the laws and regulations, and how fracking is impacting the Grand Traverse Bay Watershed and the Great Lakes.
Fracking has been occurring in Northern Michigan for. A coal deposit in Bay County, Mich., typical of Pennsylvanian-coal deposits in the State, was studied to determine the degree to which hydrologic factors might affect future coal mining.
The coal deposit, which averages about meters in thickness, lies 50 meters below land surface. It is part of a multi-layered aquifer system that contains sandstone, shale, sand and gravel, and clay units.
Buena Vista Township. Harding Highway, PO Box Buena, NJ Phone: () or () Fax: () Regular office hours are Monday to Friday 9AM to 5PM Tuesdays until PM Click here for Department Hours. The groundwater inventory and mapping project was developed because Public Act (Michigan, Public Acts of ) required the Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) to create a "groundwater inventory and map" that includes eight specific products, a general requirement for a groundwater inventory, and a directive to make the map and inventory available to the public.
Ground-water withdrawals and changes in ground-water levels, ground-water quality, and land-surface subsidence in the Houston District, Texas / (Austin, Tex.: Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey ; Denver, CO: Books and Open-File Reports [distributor], ), by James Frank Williams, C.
Ranzau, Harris-Galveston Coastal. Groundwater Contamination and Aquifer Reclamation at the Rocky Mountain Arsenal, Colorado 6 INTRODUCTION LEONARD F. KONIKOW U.S.
Geological Survey DOUGLAS W. THOMPSON U.S. Army Corps of Engineers AB STRACT Groundwater contamination at the Rocky Mountain Arsenal, Colorado, is related to the disposal of liquid industrial wastes and to industrial.
Air Force won’t supply clean drinking water to polluted Oscoda. The U.S. Air Force contends a new law that requires it to provide safe drinking water to residents is discriminatory.
Reilly, T.E.,Consideration of flow system in collection and interpretation of ground-water quality samples, in Franks, B.J., ed., U.S.
Geological Survey Program on Toxic Waste--Ground-Water Contamination--Proceedings of the third technical meeting, Pensacola, Florida, MarchU.S. Geological Survey Open-File Reportp. Page 3 • Hard water (high levels of hardness) can cause scaling of water ﬁ xtures, laundry problems, water spotting, and discoloration.
At low levels, corrosion can result (especially in copper piping). • Iron in water can cause staining, turbidity, taste, color, and odor.
• Blue Baby Syndrome (methemoglobinemia) is a blood disorder reported among infants where nitrate.The USGS Pennsylvania Water Science Center is your direct link to all kinds of water-resource information.
Data collection and interpretive studies are done in cooperation with local, state, and federal agencies. The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection relies upon a number of parameters to monitor water-supply-drought conditions.Febru - Today, EPA announced the availability of approximately $40 million to assist disadvantaged communities and schools with removing sources of lead in drinking water.
Read more. EPA at Progress in Providing Safe Drinking Water. "EPA is proud of the significant progress made in providing access to safe drinking water for.