Read the full article by Caroline Llanes (Michigan Radio)
“Michigan put in place drinking water standards for the chemical family of PFAS, or per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances in August 2020. Those are among the most stringent in the country.
Nearly eight months later, the Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy says it’s been seeing a lot of success in getting public water systems in compliance with the new rules. Michigan has roughly 2,700 public water works, and EGLE reports that most of those systems are in compliance.
Scott Dean is a spokesman for EGLE and works with the Michigan PFAS Action Response Team, or MPART. He says there are grants available to those who are still looking to get into compliance…”