Map | Find PFAS threats to drinking water in Michigan

An inspector for the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality scrutinizes a barrel believed to contain PFAS chemicals at a northern Kent County site used by Wolverine Worldwide. (Courtesy photo)

July 31, 2018: Updated Michigan PFAS map

PFAS sites in Michigan

Here’s a look at communities where Michigan environmental regulators have found contaminations of PFAS, a once commonly used industrial chemical. Click on the dots for a brief summary of each site. Note: The data is current as of July.

Source: Michigan Department of Environmental Quality

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glynn
Fri, 07/13/2018 - 9:03am

The republican Canave(sp) Meller took ove the drain commision job in Jan... In 3 month there were 5 raw sewage spille into the lake>>>>>> AND not one word from the DEQ>>>>

Deborah Grogan
Fri, 07/13/2018 - 1:54pm

Has testing been done at Chippewa International Airport which was also a former Air Force Basein Kinross, Michigan?