The Great Lakes located within North America are truly a sight to see, when looking across it from a mountain it’s as if you’re looking at a vast ocean. These are also the largest bodies of natural water in the world, they can be seen from space and because of this the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has granted $14 million in order to restore the great lakes which border the United States of America.
This money is being used for a variety of different things. The main source of this money will be used towards cleaning the lakes of any toxins which might be in them. The rest of the money will be used in order to clean up the beaches, make new bike lanes and walking lanes. This could mean that some new beauty will be able to be found for the mass people once these projects are completed. Luckily all those working on this great lake restoration will be working through government based companies, meaning that all money being spent will be at a premium low which ensures that more than enough will be done to protect the great lakes.
There is no word as to when these projects are set to be finished. They’ll most likely be completed before the beginning of next summer or spring, allowing for tourists and citizens to gain the most out of one of the world’s most beautiful sights. Those companies working alongside the government who also wish to be a part of this project have until September 28th, 2015 to make their claim.