“Legislation proposed by a state representative from Grand Rapids would set Michigan’s standard for PFAS-related chemicals in drinking water far below the federal advisory limit.

State Rep. Winnie Brinks, D-Grand Rapids, has proposed setting the state standard at 5 parts per trillion. The Environmental Protection Agency’s advisory limit for PFAS is 70 ppt. The state doesn’t currently have a standard.”

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