“LANSING, MI — Michigan would have the toughest legal drinking water limit for per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances called PFAS in the nation under terms of new state legislation introduced this week by Rep. Winnie Brinks, a Democrat from Grand Rapids.

On Dec. 13, Brinks and six Democrat co-sponsors introduced Michigan House Bill 5373, which would establish a state standard for PFAS in drinking water of 5-parts-per-trillion (ppt), which is 14 times lower than the Environmental Protection Agency’s health advisory level of 70-ppt for two PFAS chemicals, PFOS and PFOA.”

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