Foxconn to spend $30M on technology to cut Lake Michigan water use

Less than one month after environmental and voter organizations challenged the state of Wisconsin’s approval for Foxconn Technology Group to use Lake Michigan water for the planned Mount Pleasant complex, the company said it will spend $30 million on a system that will reduce its daily water use by more than 50 percent.

The water recycling system at the Wisconn Valley Science and Technology Park is called a zero-liquid discharge system, Foxconn said Tuesday. The system will allow the company to dramatically reduce water intake requirements and virtually eliminate the return of any manufacturing process wastewater to the lake, the company said...

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Ken Notes: My other publication,, suggested this type of treatment should and would happen. I even talked about their stormwater management plan as a potential positive. We need to continue to work with Foxconn to make it the best facility it can be. Oh and let me to be among the first to say THANK YOU...

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