Water Safety and What Can Be Learned From the Crisis in Flint, Michigan
This hour we will discuss the water pollution that was exposed in Flint, Michigan and how the issue was able to go unnoticed, or possibly unmanaged, for so long. And the state of America's drinking water systems and how an issue like this might be prevented in the future.
- Tom Henry, Environmental Reporter, Toledo Blade
- Matt Steele, Water Treatment and Supply Coordinator, Department of Public Utilities, City of Columbus
- Allison MacKay, Professor of Environmental Engineering, Ohio State University
This show originally aired on January 27, 2016 at 10 a.m.