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Workers drill well at Pall Life Sciences plant, January 2002

Workers drill well at Pall Life Sciences plant, January 2002 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 7, 2002
Caption
Workers drill a well in January at the Pall Life Science plant on Wagner Rd. (photographed January 2002)

Environmental chemist Wendy Schultz, April 2002

Environmental chemist Wendy Schultz, April 2002 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 7, 2002
Caption
Environmental chemist Wendy Schultz examines effluent samples at the Pall Life Sciences lab on Wagner Road.

Roger Rayle Inspects a Tributary That Flows from the Pall-Gelman Sciences Property, September 1997

Roger Rayle Inspects a Tributary That Flows from the Pall-Gelman Sciences Property, September 1997 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 12, 1997
Caption
Roger Rayle, a member of Scio Residents for Safe Water, inspects a tributary that flows from the Pall-Gelman Sciences property to a holding pond for Little Lake. Rayle's group has been pressuring Gelman Sciences and now its new owner for a more aggressive contamination cleanup.

Weber's Inn Exterior, June 2006

Weber's Inn Exterior, June 2006 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 29, 2006
Caption
Well water used by Weber's Inn for cooling and irrigation was found to contain levels of dioxane several times higher than the state cleanup standard.

First Sister Lake, June 2006

First Sister Lake, June 2006 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 29, 2006
Caption
After being used by Weber's Inn, well water is piped into a storm drain that empties into First Sister Lake. Drinking water and pool water at Weber's comes from city water supplies, not from the well that contained a chemical solvent, officials say.