Culligan to install water filtration systems to area Rockford residents
ROCKFORD, Mich. — On Tuesday, Wolverine Worldwide announced they’re sharing more information on whole house water filtration systems to certain residents.
The company says Culligan will begin installing systems this week, and over the next two weeks will ramp up to install approximately 55 systems per week to residents within the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality Study Area and Buffer Zone.
“We continue to be proactive and transparent throughout this process – our primary goal is for residents to have confidence in their water,” stated Chris Hufnagel, Senior Vice President of Strategy for Wolverine Worldwide. “Earlier this month, we announced we would provide whole-house filtration systems to everyone – regardless of test results – in the Study Area and Buffer Zone, and we wanted to provide the community an update on the progress. We continue to be committed to this community and being a part of the solution.”
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Wolverine says the system is simple to operate and Culligan will handle the maintenance. Wolverine will handle the costs while data is collected.
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If you have questions call Wolverine at (616)-866-5627.