Distribution and Maintenance of Water Supply

Officials Say Flint’s Water Is Safe. Residents Say It’s Not. Scientists Say It’s Complicated.

Mother Jones » Earlier this month, Republican Gov. Rick Snyder announced that the bottled water program would be ending once the distribution centers ran out. “We have worked diligently to restore the water quality,” he said, “and the scientific data now proves the water system is stable and the need for bottled water has ended.” But for residents, that reassurance meant nothing.

2018-04-16T14:51:46+00:00 April 16th, 2018|Drinking Water, Flint Water Crisis, Michigan, Privatization|

When it comes to the California delta, none of Gov. Jerry Brown’s potential successors have tunnel vision

Los Angeles Times » Gov. Jerry Brown scored big last week in his tenacious effort to build monstrous twin water tunnels in the California delta. But his legacy project could still collapse. No potential successor supports it. Brown will be termed out in January. Nothing’s going to be built before then, and the needed permits probably won’t even be awarded.

2018-04-16T14:34:56+00:00 April 16th, 2018|California, California WaterFix, Water|

White House, Congress side with California growers over raising Shasta Dam

San Francisco Chronicle » Congress and the Trump administration are pushing ahead with a plan to raise a towering symbol of dam-building’s 20th century heyday to meet the water demands of 21st century California — a project backed by San Joaquin Valley growers but opposed by state officials, defenders of a protected river and an American Indian tribe whose sacred sites would be swamped.

2018-04-16T14:46:15+00:00 April 14th, 2018|California, Dams|

Is the Flint Water Crisis Really Over? Residents and Experts Have Something to Say About It

Atlanta Black Star » The Michigan state government announced this week it would no longer supply free bottled water to Flint residents. Snyder claims that for nearly two years, Flint’s water is the same or better than other cities in Michigan. Experts and people on the ground in Flint, including those who are directly impacted by the water crisis, note some improvements but suggest the crisis has not yet subsided.

2018-04-16T15:26:11+00:00 April 13th, 2018|Drinking Water, Flint Water Crisis, Michigan, Privatization|
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