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Michigan Sues Companies Involved with Flint Water Crisis

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Michigan's attorney general has filed a wide-ranging lawsuit against companies involved with the Flint water crisis. The complaint by Bill Schuette added that their role caused the calamity to occur, continue, and worsen. The suit also cited the firm LAN as failing to implement corrosion control treatment for pipes to prevent lead contamination to the water supply. The absence of that treatment has been identified as the primary cause for the water contamination in Flint. The 25-page complaint, also targeted consulting firm Veolia North America, stated the defendants totally failed the state of Michigan and Flint to provide safe water.

Added on the 22/06/2016 13:39:22 - Copyright : Wochit

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