U.S. EPA  announced the completion of two multi-million-dollar Great Lakes Legacy Act (GLLA) projects in Michigan through the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative (GLRI).

These two projects remediated a total of 23,600 cubic yards of contaminated sediment within the Muskegon Lake and Detroit River Areas of Concern (AOCs) through the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative (GLRI). Projects were awarded as Task Orders under the EPA’s Region 5 Great Lakes National Program Office Construction Services (GLNPOCS) II Contract.

“This is another great example of how effective this agency has been following the priorities of this Administration – the completion of these Great Lakes Legacy Act projects demonstrate that when federal, state, local, and industry partners work together collaboratively, we can solve complex environmental problems and get the job done,” said Region 5 Administrator and Great Lakes National Program Manager, Kurt Thiede.

EPA completes two GLLA projects in Michigan

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