LOCATE/EXPAND IN MIDLAND COUNTY
Midland County maintains an excellent transportation infrastructure with air, sea and land transportation available. Easy access to several major highways ensures that you can get materials in and finished products out. Utility rates in Midland County are very competitive with special economic development options.
MBS International Airport (formerly Saginaw Airport)
MBS International Airport, eight miles southeast of Midland, is the third busiest airport in Michigan. MBS is a tri-government facility operated by the City of Midland, the City of Saginaw and Bay County.
There are five major scheduled airlines, primarily flying DC-9s, 727s and 737s, with 25 departures daily. Corporate and private aircraft hangars are available.
Barstow Airport is located in the City of Midland three miles north of downtown.
Gas: Consumer's Energy
Electricity: Consumer's Energy & Midland Cogeneration Venture
City of Midland
The City of Midland draws its water from Lake Huron. It has the capability to provide three gradations of water: potable, industrial and Lake Huron untreated. Capacity is 48 MGD for potable water, 11 MGD for industrial, and 10 MGD for Lake Huron untreated, with a maximum of 39 MGD per day.
The City has pretreatment standards for wastewater, and all new businesses and industrial customers should verify the status of the new operation. The City's wastewater plant design capacity is 10 MGD. Its sanitary sewers utilize a tertiary, trickle filter sewage treatment system.
City of Coleman
The City of Coleman draws its water from municipal wells that provide potable water. Capacity is 2 MGD with a maximum of 500,000 GD per day. The City of Coleman has elevated storage for 200,000 gallons of water. Coleman utilizes sewage lagoons for wastewater treatment, with a capacity of 200,000 GD. Its sanitary sewers utilize a lagoon system as well.
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