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Resources for Michigan Residents

Resources for Michigan Residents

The below sites of interest contain information and resources on how PFAS may be affecting your community.

Sites with known PFAS levels

Map of Confirmed PFAS Sites

The following locations have individual web pages established for additional information.
  • House Street Disposal Area, Belmont, MI, Kent County

    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. 

  • Grayling Army Airfield (GAAF), Crawford County

    The Camp Grayling environmental staff regularly monitor a number of environmental factors at the camp and airfield to ensure safety, compliance with state and federal regulations, and to proactively detect and remedy potential problems. The most recent proactive measure was to test water samples for the presence of PFCs. A few of the samples detected PFCs at levels above EPA guidance.

  • Former Wurtsmith Air Force Base, Iosco County

    In 2012, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) issued a "do not eat" fish advisory for all fish caught from Clark's Marsh and for resident fish in the lower Au Sable River, south of the former Wurtsmith Air Force Base. Laboratory analysis of fish from the marsh and resident fish from the river showed levels of perfluorinated chemicals (PFCs) in the fish that are unsafe for people. Migratory fish in the river are not expected to have high levels of PFCs but some have advisories due to other chemicals.

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Contact Information

Contact Information

  • Contact Information

    If any resident has additional questions regarding this issue, the State of Michigan Environmental Assistance Center can be contacted at 800-662-9278 or email at Representatives may be reached to assist with your questions Monday – Friday, 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM.

    If you are concerned about exposure to PFAS in your drinking water, please contact the MDHHS Toxicology Hotline at 800-648-6942.