“OTSEGO, MI — Otsego City leaders have shut down one of three city wells after state tests showed a low level of PFAS contamination.

The level was 11 parts-per-trillion, well below the Environmental Protection Agency health advisory level of 70 ppt. The other two wells tested at 0 ppt.

The information was posted on the city’s Facebook page Friday, Aug. 3. …

Otsego City Manager Aaron Mitchell said the well removed from service is not vital to the city’s water service.

Mitchell said city leaders plan to consult with state Department of Environmental Quality analysts on what to do about the lone well showing the low level of PFAS.”

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