UT Water Task Force

Lake Erie bloom UT boat on Lake ErieCarol Stepien holding water container

In response to the Toledo’s August, 2014 water crisis, the University of Toledo formed a Task Force to provide support and information to public officials and the public from UT experts on the nature of the problem and to suggest approaches to protect the health of Lake Erie, the quality of drinking water in Northwest Ohio and the health of the citizens of the region. 

The University of Toledo has built tremendous faculty depth and breadth in environmental sciences, environmental engineering, water treatment technologies, water policy and law, and environmental issues relating to public health as a focused area of investment over the past 15 years and they are uniquely qualified to address the multi-dimensional aspects of this question.

Task Force Subcommittees 

Watch UT forum on toxic algae concerns in Lake Erie - held August 5, 2014

Did you miss the public forum The University of Toledo held Aug. 5 to discuss the scientific and health issues surrounding toxic algae blooms in Lake Erie?

Watch “Harmful Algae in Ohio’s Great Lake.”

Last Updated: 7/28/16