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Greater Lansing Regional Committee for Storm Water Management

The Greater Lansing Regional Committee for Stormwater Management (GLRC) is a guiding body comprised of participating Phase II Stormwater communities within the Greater Lansing Region. The committee has been established to guide the implementation of the entire Phase II Stormwater Program for the communities within three identified watersheds: the Grand River, the Red Cedar River, and the Looking Glass River watersheds. For more information related to the Phase I & II Programs, visit the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality website.

Delta Township is a member of the Greater Lansing Regional Committee for Stormwater Management, a group dedicated to preserving, maintaining, and enhancing the Lansing region’s watersheds.

Please help us protect the Grand River and other watersheds by reporting illicit discharges and dumping into Eaton County and Delta Township stormwater sewer systems.  You may call the Eaton County Drain Commissioner’s Office at 517-543-3809 or the Delta Township Engineering Division at 517-323-8540

Illicit discharges and dumping allow contaminated wastewater into our local waterways without receiving any treatment.  Such activities may be intentional, but also may be unknown to the property owner.  Some examples of illicit discharges or dumping are failing septic systems, improper disposal of sewage from recreational vehicles, or cleaning pool filters, paint brushes, and vehicles in a driveway or in the street.

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Greater Lansing Regional Committee (GLRC) for Stormwater Management quarterly newsletters:

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Following is more information on what we are doing and how you can help:

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