Online Tool Launched In Michigan To Report Drinking Water Concerns

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LANSING, MI – Michigan’s Office of the Clean Water Advocate has launched a mechanism to track and respond to public concerns about drinking water quality.

The web-based Drinking Water Concern System is available in English, Spanish, and Arabic and is accessible through your PC, smartphone, or tablet.

Concerns about a community water supplier or private wells can be voiced via this online tool.

Local water departments monitor drinking water under the Safe Drinking Water Act.

Residents who receive their water from a community water supplier can contact the water supplier for answers to questions about water quality concerns.

This Drinking Water Concern System serves as an additional resource available to residents who experience barriers and would like to escalate their water quality concern.

If you would like to view the Drinking Water Concern System, you can access it here: