Michigan distillery disputes village over wastewater issues

June 15, 2018
Village of Three Oaks says Journeyman Distillery is overwhelming the municipal wastewater system.
THREE OAKS, MI, JUNE 15, 2018 -- A distillery may be forced to move out of a southwest Michigan village amid a possible cease-and-desist order for the business to stop releasing its byproduct into the sewage system.
The Village of Three Oaks says Journeyman Distillery is violating an ordinance and overwhelming the municipal wastewater system with too much chemical discharge. Read more at Wdrb

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