COMMENTARY: Great Lakes Moment: Solving the contaminated sediment remediation funding puzzle

For over a century, vast amounts of toxic contaminants were discharged by industries into the Detroit and Rouge Rivers. Many of these contaminants now reside in river-bottom sediments and are often referred to as “legacy pollution.” Michigan has a once-in-a-generation opportunity to remediate these contaminated sediments, but this will not occur unless non-federal partners can meet match funding requirements. Read the full story by Great Lakes Now.

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