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Perfluorinated compound (PFC) Detections near House Street NE and Herrington Avenue NE
Wolverine Worldwide, Inc. (Wolverine) used the property located near House Street NE and Herrington Avenue NE for the disposal of industrial wastes generated from the production of water resistant consumer products. The property is located in rural Plainfield Township, Kent County, Michigan. Area residences surrounding the disposal area are served by private water wells.
PFC Detection in Monitoring Wells
Perfluorinated compounds (PFCs) have been classified by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency as an emerging contaminate on the national landscape. PFCs are a class of man-made chemicals that were introduced in the 1950s to make products that resist heat, stains, grease and water.
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