Michigan company uses dogs to sniff out water pollution

Listen to the full story at Great Lakes Echo.

It’s said that no location in Michigan is more than a few miles from a lake, pond, river or stream. That makes the safe and responsible disposal of waste water of primary concern to all of us. One Michigan-based company has introduced a new way to detect and source illicit discharges in storm and drain systems.

Karen and Scott Reynolds founded Environmental Canine Services in 2009 using dogs to detect waste water problems.

Dr. Kirk Heinze spoke with Karen Reynolds recently on MSU Today’s Greening of the Great Lakes, an occasional feature on Current State.

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