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 email@example.com. Representatives may be reached to assist with your questions Monday – Friday, 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM.
PFAS in Deer. PFAS in Fish.
Hunters can contact the Michigan Department of Natural Resources (DNR) at 517-284-6057 or DNR-CustomerService@michigan.gov for information about deer tags that were used in the Clark's Marsh region. If you have health related questions, or for fish consumption guidelines, contact the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) at 1-800-648-6942.
PFAS Foam in Lakes and Streams.
If you find foam on a body of water, and if you suspect the foam is not naturally occurring, do not try to remove the foam yourself. Call the 24-hour Pollution Emergency Alert (PEAS) hotline at 800-292-4706 to report the foam.
If you are concerned about exposure to PFAS in your drinking water, please contact the MDHHS Toxicology Hotline at 800-648-6942.
Treatment Technology Roundtable.
Persons interested in participating in the PFAS Treatment Technologies Roundtable should contact Dr. Indu Jayamani at Jayamanii1@michigan.gov or Ms. Nicole Sanabria at SanabriaN@michigan.gov.
The Michigan PFAS Action Response Team (MPART) now sends out a weekly recap of PFAS-related press releases, new site additions, and other new online content on the MPART website.