They both used the water cycle but Flint Michigan they didn't perify the water and that's why the water was bad for you.
Scientists from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, unequivocally confirmed that the use of orthophosphate in the drinking water treatment process could have prevented the health crisis and contamination of hundreds in Flint.
In order to reduce the water fund shortfall, the city announced that a new pipeline would be built to deliver water from Lake Huron to Flint. In 2014, while it was under construction, the city turned to the Flint River as a water source. Soon after the switch, residents said the water started to look, smell and taste funny. Tests in 2015 by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Virginia Tech indicated dangerous levels of lead in the water at residents' homes.
The last step is the it goes through a pipe to are faucet and we get to drink it.
After the water goes through the watershed in to the bigger body of water. The third step is the water goes to a place that perifies you water.
The second step is that the rain as to slide or runoff a hill into a body of water.
The first step is that it has to rain.