PFAS Study in Robinson Elementary School released

May 10, 2019
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The results of a state study into the discovery of PFAS in an Ottawa County school’s drinking water supply have been released.


Michigan officials say they expect to bring legal action against manufacturers, distributors, and other responsible parties behind PFAs contamination around the state and the opioid crisis.


A new study is asking whether treating drinking water is enough to protect people from exposure to perfluoroalkyl substances, or PFAs.

Environmental Working Group

A new report shows three times as many PFAs contamination sites across the country than was previously reported.

Oregon National Guard

New legislation in the state house would require more documentation for fire departments that use firefighting foams containing PFAs.