Michigan officials step up scrutiny of Enbridge after water law violations

Inside Climate: An oil pipeline being built across the southern part of Michigan is drawing new scrutiny from state regulators who recently cited the pipeline's operator--Canadian-owned Enbridge, Inc.--for violating laws that protect Michigan's waterways. The violations occurred when Enbridge allowed nearly all the water it was using to test the pipeline's strength to escape into a creek instead of capturing some of it for treatment--and when the company did not self-report the violation to the Michigan Department......

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