The company that made the Scotchgard chemical tainting wells near Rockford says it warned Wolverine Worldwide about it nearly 20 years ago.
The number of potential Wolverine Worldwide dump sites under investigation by the state has nearly doubled, Target 8 has learned.
Cleanup work at an old Wolverine Worldwide dump sites is on hold because nobody will take the contaminated waste, Target 8 has learned.
Crews this week will begin installing whole house filters in hundreds of homes near a former Wolverine Worldwide dump site.
More than 100 people, concerned about the safety of their drinking water, spent their Friday night getting more information from experts.
For the first time, a likely carcinogen has been detected in private wells near a former Wolverine Worldwide dump site outside Belmont.
Residents who live across from Rockford High School and rely on well water are the latest to be moved to bottled water.
No toxic chemicals were detected in the well water tested at a Rockford middle school.
The DEQ has received dozens of reports from concerned residents after wells in Belmont started testing positive for a likely carcinogen.
The toxic tap water in Kent County has the attention of the Michigan lawmakers who represent the area.
The Kent County Health Department is warning Belmont residents not to be taken in by scammers selling home tests for toxic tap water.
The growing concern over the contamination caused by the Wolverine Worldwide dumping has yet another neighborhood worried.
These historic aerial photos show the locations of confirmed and suspected Wolverine Worldwide dump sites around Rockford.
State officials have expanded the area of homes they’re testing near a former Wolverine Worldwide dump site in Kent County.
In addition to concerns about their health, Belmont homeowners are worried property values will plummet due to the tainted well water.