Proposed legislation would set Michigan’s standard for PFAS-related chemicals in drinking water far below the federal advisory limit.
Both chambers of the Legislature approved $23 million in spending on response to chemical contamination throughout Michigan.
When residents in one Plainfield Township neighborhood were told their water wasn’t tainted with a likely carcinogen, they were skeptical.
Plainfield Township will buy a filtration system to strip any traces of PFAS from the municipal water system.
A state lawmaker from Grand Rapids wants the Michigan House Committee on Oversight to look in to the contamination of well water in Belmont.
Plainfield Township residents worried about trace levels of a likely carcinogen in their municipal water might want to look south.
As the Belmont area deals with water contamination in residential wells, one local restaurant and bar is taking safety into its own hands.
In the Ohio River Valley, those whose lives were changed by tainted water are years ahead of those whose lives are changing in Kent County.
Famed activist Erin Brockovich is coming to Kent County to meet those impacted by the PFAS investigation involving Wolverine Worldwide.
Wolverine Worldwide faces its first federal class-action lawsuit linked to the waste dumping at the center of well contamination concerns.
Recently uncovered documents show Wolverine Worldwide promised not to pollute Belmont water more than 50 years ago.
Wolverine Worldwide announced Friday that the company is expanding its whole-house filtration program to two new areas.
A man who ran the Wolverine tannery during the years it was dumping waste in Belmont said the company believed it was doing the right thing.
Two more lawsuits have been filed against Wolverine Worldwide in connection to contaminated wells in the Belmont area.
State Sen. Peter MacGregor said he thinks the state should step up to help speed up testing of Kent County wells for chemical contamination.