State Finds Low Levels of PFAS in Leland Public School Water; Investigation Underway
The Benzie Leelanau District Health Department says the state found low levels of PFAS at Leland Public School.
It says the school’s water supply was tested and shows PFAS levels of seven parts per trillion in the water.
The EPA’s lifetime health advisory is 70 parts per trillion.
Even with the low amount, the department will retest the water.
The administration is working with the state to make sure water stays clean.
An investigation is underway to find the source.