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Governor's Initiative

Governor Snyder's Initiative

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.

  • City of Parchment / Cooper Township

    A state of emergency has been issued for Kalamazoo County due to the ongoing health and safety concerns due to PFAS contamination in the drinking water for Parchment and Cooper Township.

  • Belmont House Street Disposal Area

    PFAS has been found in foam and water samples near House Street in Belmont from a Wolverine Worldwide, Inc. disposal site in Kent County.

  • Camp Grayling and Lake Margrethe

    PFAS has been found in fish, foam and water samples near the Camp Grayling Army Airfield and Lake Margrethe area in Crawford County.

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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 deq-assist@michigan.gov. 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.