Michigan has been a leader in addressing PFAS. In the summer of 2019 the Whitmer Administration began to create Michigan’s first-ever enforceable drinking water standards for PFAS chemicals. The Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) has finalized the draft MCL (maximum contaminant level) and opened it up for public comments. Now it’s your turn to get involved.
Michigan must take a proactive, aggressive approach to these dangerous chemicals. We have to safeguard the health of our families and communities and the quality of our drinking water and Great Lakes. Michigan can lead the way and set a strong example for other states dealing with PFAS contamination.
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