Apathy blamed for stalling of Lake Michigan toxic mud removal
Efforts to clean the sediments of two lakes along the Lake Michigan coastline are stalled.
While pollution cleanup work to eliminate toxic mud continues across the Great Lakes, public apathy and lack of funds are being blamed for inaction at Muskegon and White lakes, two areas designated as toxic spots by the US and Canadian governments. For full report see link below.
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