Displaying items by tag: Michigan Department of Environmental Quality
International food and drink conglomerate Nestlé SA may be interested in selling a majority of its North American waters business, a portfolio that includes the Ice Mountain brand.
The Kent County Department of Public Works (DPW) has taken a step forward in its goal of exiting the landfill business over the next decade.
GRAND RAPIDS –– The Grand River helped to make Grand Rapids “Furniture City” more than a century ago, and now many believe that Michigan’s longest river will soon revert from a largely passive asset back to an active one.
Keith Creagh had the less-than-desirable front-row seat to much of the state’s response effort to the ongoing Flint water crisis. A longtime director of several state government agencies, Creagh was tapped to head the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality following the resignation of the previous director in January. Now the director of the Michigan Department of Natural Resources, Creagh spoke with MiBiz in early November after his appearance on a panel related infrastructure and its relationship to health.
To help make Michigan more attractive for large-scale real estate developments, lawmakers want to give developers new options to help fund their projects.
Backed by state incentives, developers could bring a new 52,000-square-foot mixed-use project to the north side of downtown Kalamazoo.
BYRON CENTER — West Michigan could become a hub for innovative waste processing companies in the coming years.