Flint, Michigan (WNEM) – The organization seeks to enable Flint residents and business owners to trust the quality of their water.
The National Clean Water Collective plans to test 100 homes and businesses to make sure their water is safe after the mains supplying the city burst.
Syrah Scott, founder of the National Clean Water Collective, says the New York-based nonprofit has been working with Flint for the past seven years.
“Many people, organizations and individuals that we work with in the field have been complaining for some time that we are doing this for them, serving their communities, giving them something. I know you can give them a solution and find out what’s going on.I think their water is a really big deal,” said Scott.
The test will run from September 6th to September 14th.
If you would like to be tested at home or work, you can join the waiting list by sending an email to: [email protected]
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