Colleges in Flint Doing Own Water Testing

January 18, 2016

Colleges in Flint, Mich., are assuring students and employees that they are doing their own testing of water safety and taking extra steps to ensure water on campus is safe to use amid many concerns about unsafe drinking water in the area. The University of Michigan at Flint started using water filters a year ago and conducts tests to make sure they are working. Kettering University has tested its water and determined that it is safe, and is noting that the problems in Flint are serious in some parts of the city but not others. Mott Community College started testing its water a year ago as part of an effort to provide safe water on campus.

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