Michigan Releases Results of Statewide PFAS Sampling Report

The state is releasing the results of their statewide PFAS sampling report.

Michigan’s PFAS Action Response Team tested schools, communities, child care providers and tribal water supplies for PFAS last year.

The $1.7 million study led to Michigan being the first state in the country looking at PFAS.

In all, the state sampled more than 1,700 public water systems.

Test results show that about 90% showed no detection for PFAS.

Very low levels were found in about 7% of systems tested.

No Northern Michigan community broke the EPA’s safety levels.

Only the city of Parchment and a school near Grand Haven exceeded those levels.

You can find the whole report here.