enbridge

8:28 pm
Wed October 16, 2013

Enbridge turns parks over to Calhoun Conservation District

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Endowment fund will help pay for maintaining parks
Saylor’s Landing looks nothing like it did three years ago. “It’s taken a lot of work to clean it up,” said Steve Wuori, Enbridge Inc.’s president of liquids pipelines and major projects. “We’ve deployed a lot of resources to do that. We’re very happy with the results. I think the way the river looks, the way the river has cleaned up, we’re very happy with that. And these parks are kind of part of that whole effort.”
Kalamazoo River
12:19 pm
Mon September 30, 2013

State assessment finds no "long term impact" on public health from contact on Kalamazoo River

Portions of the Kalamazoo River reopened in 2012 (file photo)
Credit WMUK

The Michigan Department of Community Health says it has evaluated surface water in the area of the 2010 oil spill on the Kalamazoo River. 

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8:31 pm
Thu September 5, 2013

Enbridge dredging in full-swing in Calhoun County

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Environmental Protection Agency order requires dredging 40 mile stretch of Kalamazoo River
Large pipes, buoys and pontoon boats have been placed throughout sections of the Kalamazoo River as Enbridge Inc. works to fulfill an order by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to do additional cleanup. "We're not talking about the oil that was in 2010," company spokesman Jason Manshum said at Enbridge's office in Marshall.
6:57 am
Fri August 30, 2013

Second Enbridge dredging permit OK'd

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Last week, the Planning Commission rejected a request by Enbridge to put a "dredging pad" in the Comstock Commerce Park. It's still looking for an alternative location for that.
COMSTOCK TOWNSHIP, MI - Enbridge, Inc. can breathe a sigh of relief tonight after receiving site approval for its dredging activity south of Morrow Lake near Miller Drive.
10:28 am
Wed August 28, 2013

Enbridge pipeline protester faces trial

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Christopher Wahmhoff crawled into the finished pipeline on June 24 to protest construction of a replacement for the line that ruptured in July 2010, spilling nearly a million gallons of crude oil into the Kalamazoo River.
A Kalamazoo man who protested the building of a new Enbridge Inc. oil pipeline was ordered to stand trial on two felony charges Tuesday. He faces up to two years in prison if convicted. He also is charged with a misdemeanor of trespassing which carries a maximum of 30 days in jail.

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