It seems few things can end the water treatment concerns for Detroit. Just last week, Detroit Congresswoman Debbie Dingell began calling on the Great Lakes Water Authority to answer questions about the quality of tap water in Downriver communities. After the Flint water crisis in 2015, concerns about the water quality throughout the state of Michigan are being taken very seriously.
Fortunately, this headline already seems to have resolved itself. The Great Lakes Water Authority released a statement that said the water has not only met EPA testing standards, but it has also said that water turbidity was the cause of the taste and odor issues residents were noticing. Turbidity is the clarity of the water, and the plant seems to have experienced a temporary strike in the turbidity because of the normal cleaning process that occurs in the settling basins at the facility.
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