The Flint Water Crisis has left residents scrambling for water sources that may be contaminated with lead, but some experts say it’s still too early to tell whether the water is safe to drink.
The Flint Water Treatment Plant has been shut down after a massive leak of contaminated water, and the state is working to clean up the city’s drinking water supply.
But the state says the problem is not affecting residents in Flint.
The federal government has been stepping up monitoring and testing of Flint’s water and has ordered that the city switch to an experimental water treatment plant, called Lake Huron.
That plant is operating under a $1 billion federal grant.
The Department of Homeland Security says it has a team in Flint monitoring water quality, and officials say there is no evidence of lead contamination in the city.
There is a lot of water quality monitoring going on in Flint and the DEQ has a number of monitors that are monitoring water in that area, said Flint Mayor Karen Weaver.
The DEQ says it is working with the Flint Water Works to make sure that the Flint water is clean and safe.
In Flint, it is still unclear whether there are contaminants in Flint’s drinking waters, and it is unclear whether the city is using an experimental treatment plant.
Officials with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency are also investigating.
The EPA said in a statement that it is closely monitoring the situation and working to ensure that the affected water meets the agency’s water quality standards.
We continue to monitor and investigate the situation in Flint.
“The state’s water agency, the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality, has said it is monitoring the water in Flint for lead levels of about 10 parts per billion, but the agency has said there is a significant amount of lead in the water.
It has said lead levels in Flint are similar to those found in Lake Hurons and Lake Erie.
The state Department of Health and Human Services said in its statement that its health experts are closely monitoring Flint’s tap water.
It says the water has not tested positive for lead at any level, and that all tests are being done at the highest possible level.
The agency says it will be able to provide updates as they become available.
It is still unknown if the water coming from the plant is safe for drinking, but experts say that there are ways to tell.
Some experts say the drinking water could be tainted with bacteria, especially bacteria that cause diarrhea.
Dr. Jeffrey Brown, a pediatrician at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York City, said some children could develop serious diarrhea.
He said he has seen children with diarrhea in Flint who were not drinking water from the Flint River.
He also said that some children have been drinking tap water that came from a Flint facility that has been closed for months because of the water crisis.”
Brown said he’s concerned about the increased cases of lead and other illnesses among children who have been consuming the contaminated water.””
The water is getting to the water systems in Flint that they were not receiving before.”
Brown said he’s concerned about the increased cases of lead and other illnesses among children who have been consuming the contaminated water.
“I think it’s a really, really worrisome trend,” he said.
Brown said it could take several months for the state to determine whether the levels of lead are too high to be safe to consume.