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Lt. Governor Cherry Receives Commitment from EPC to locate pilot projects in Oakland County
Lieutenant Governor John D. Cherry Jr., while on an investment mission this week, secured a commitment from the Israeli company EPC Ltd. Onsite Wastewater Solutions to locate pilot projects in Oakland County. The project will help small communities deal with wastewater issues in an innovative way. The decentralized approach will help to improve water quality, reduce energy costs, and help communities with local economic development efforts. "This commitment is another step in establishing Michigan as the North American leader in water technology as part of the Green Jobs for Blue Waters initiative," Cherry said. "I am pleased to partner with Oakland County and the state of Michigan on this strategic water technology project," said Jeremy Weissman CEO of EPC. "If these pilot projects are successful, EPC will consider establishing a manufacturing plant in Michigan to help meet future demand." "Oakland County is looking forward to working with EPC to test the merits of this technology," said John McCulloch, water resources commissioner of Oakland County.


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The water we use never really goes away. In fact, there never will be any more or any less water on Earth than there is right now, which means that all of the wastewater generated by our communities each day from homes, farms, businesses, and factories eventually returns to the environment to be used again. So, when wastewater receives inadequate treatment, the overall quality of the world’s water supply suffers.

Wastewater has the potential to affect public health, the local economy, recreation, residential and business development, utility bills, taxes, and other aspects of everyday life.

Commercial wastewater in small communities is generated by such diverse sources as offices, businesses, department stores, restaurants, schools, hospitals, farms, manufacturers, parks and other.

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