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Western Springs residents share frustrations over water quality
Chicago Tribune (11/30)
Residents have been frustrated with the water quality in Western Springs, Ill., for some time, especially since repairs on a deep well began in October.
MSU conference explores need for greater international cooperation to protect vital global watersheds
A recent Michigan State University workshop focused on water rights and improving cross-border policies for the protection of the great waters of the world.
Engineer gets $907,000 contract add-on to prepare Flint for KWA water
The engineering company thatís been working with the city at its water plant will continue to as Flint, Mich., prepares to treat raw water from a new Karegnondi Water Authority pipeline.
Regional control of water gets bigger push
The Toledo Blade (11/5)
Signs are emerging that several Ohio communities, from Monroe to Bowling Green and west into Fulton County, could push Toledo harder on the possibility of creating a more regionally-oriented water distribution system in 2016.
For Ontario industries, Olympic-size pool full of water costs less than $10
The Toronto Star (11/3)
Too many Ontario industries are getting off cheap when it comes to the water they draw from the ground, Ontarioís acting environmental commissioner warns.