These days, Michigan Lt. Gov. Brian Calley spends most of his work week in Flint. His most recent project there is making sure that the response to the water crisis doesn’t cause another problem.
The immediate priority in the wake of the crisis was getting as much fresh water to Flint as possible, which meant shipment upon shipment of bottled water.
But that created another question: What to do with all that plastic after the water is used?