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Homeowner's Guide: Collecting Samples for PFAS Water Analysis (March 2020)

In this video, homeowners will learn how to properly take a sample for PFAS analysis by the State of Michigan Drinking Water Laboratory. Sampling for PFAS is very important and it is critical that the sampling is done properly to ensure accurate results

 

PFAS Water Analysis Form (March 2020)

A step-by-step instruction on how to fill out the PFAS Water Analysis form.

Why are my test results different than my neighbors? (November 2019)

What is PFAS and why are some communities affected more than others by it? To answer these questions and more, watch this video for an animation of how PFAS gets into our environment.

Audio Podcast

Carol Isaacs speaks on PFAS contamination in the water and what MPART is doing to get rid of industrial chemicals in our drinking water. (Audio podcast -- no longer available)

PFAS: The More You Know (July 2018)

Kory Groetsch, Director of the Environmental Health Section at MDHHS answers questions about PFAS.

Dr. David Savitz, Academic Consultant, Michigan PFAS Action Response Team, on WOOD Radio, December 6, 2017

MPART Academic Advisor Dr. David Savitz was recently invited to speak on WOOD Radio's West Michigan Morning News program about PFAS contamination issues in Kent County. Listen to his perspective on the issue. For more information about the state's response to PFAS contamination, please see the Frequently Asked Questions page on this site.

Gov. Rick Snyder Discusses Setting PFAS Contamination Standards for Michigan

Gov. Rick Snyder Discusses Setting PFAS Contamination Standards for Michigan

Dr. Savitz speaks on WUOM radio

Interview with Dr. Savitz on WUOM (December 19, 2017)

David Savitz, leader of the Scientific Advisory Committee to the Michigan PFAS Action Response Team, joined Stateside to explain the new rules.

David Savitz, leader of the Scientific Advisory Committee to the Michigan PFAS Action Response Team, joined Stateside to explain the new rules. (January 10, 2018)