Overview

  • The Office of the Clean Water Public Advocate was established in 2019 under Governor Whitmer’s Executive Order 2019-06.  The overall intent of this Executive Order, and thereby the creation of the Office of the Clean Water Public Advocate is to ensure that the state is more responsive to risks to the environment and public health. Engagement of Michigan residents is imperative to improving communication, supporting community efforts and ensuring transparency and accountability.

Intro

  • Here are a few ways that you can lend your voice

    to improve water quality in Michigan

Get Involved

Be an Ambassador

  • Building bridges with communities will help improve communication, transparency, and accountability. Community residents throughout Michigan are encouraged to become Clean Water Community Ambassadors.  As Ambassadors, you can  help improve our programs by providing your community’s perspective to drinking water related efforts.

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Public Participation in EGLE Activities

Public Participation in EGLE Activities

  • If you are not interested in being an Ambassador, and would still like to provide feedback regarding EGLE activities, you can find information on how to provide feedback by visiting EGLE’s Public Involvement webpage.

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Educational Opportunities

Educational Opportunities

Advocate for Policy Change

Advocate for Policy Change