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Local infrastructure involving combined sewer overflows

April 5, 2012

SouthEast Michigan governments have been on the path
toward rebuilding much-needed infrastructure to insure
local waterways stay relatively clean.
The economic challenges to remain on this path are daunting.
http://library.semcog.org/InmagicGenie/DocumentFolder/CSOReport.pdf

Combined Sewer Systems exist in Oakland County
and impact the local waterways in Macomb County.
– Notice the use of the weir in dry conditions diverting flow for the link below:
http://techalive.mtu.edu/meec/module21/CombinedSewer.html

A view of Oakland/Macomb counties can be seen here:
https://redrundrain.files.wordpress.com/2011/10/red-run-combined-sewer-areas-2010.jpg


SEMCOG
Southeast Michigan Council of Governments
Information Center
535 Griswold Street, Suite 300
Detroit, MI 48226-3602
313-961-4266 • fax 313-961-4869

Contacts

Chuck Hersey, Manager of Environmental Programs,
Southeast Michigan Council of Governments
535 Griswold, Suite 300
Detroit, MI 48226
313-324-3346 (direct)
hersey@semcog.org

George Ellenwood, Assistant Director Public Affairs
Detroit Water and Sewerage Department
735 Randolph
Detroit, MI 48826-2830
313-964-9460 (direct)
Ellenwood@dwsd.org

Kurt Heise, Director, Wayne County Department of Environment
415 Clifford
Detroit , Michigan 48226-1515
313-224-3631 (office)
kheise@co.wayne.mi.us

John McCulloch, Oakland County Drain Commissioner
One Public Works Drive, Bldg. #95 West
Waterford, MI 48328-1907
248-858-0958 (office)
mccullochj@oakgov.com

Lynne Yustick, Engineer, Macomb County Public Works Office
115 South Groesbeck Highway
Mt. Clemens, MI 48043
586-469-5910 (office)
Lynne.Yustick@co.macomb.mi.us

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