Additional 16 Locations Added to the Michigan PFAS Task Force List of Sites with Confirmed PFOA and PFOS Detections

The list continues to grow. The Michigan PFAS Action Response Team’s (MPART) list of sites where the MDEQ has confirmed detections of PFOA and PFOS in groundwater has grown by another 16 sites.  The list now includes the following sites:

Adams Plating (Lansing)

Alpena Combat Readiness Center (Alpena)

Alpena Hide and Leather Company (Alpena)

Belmont House Street (Rockford)

Camp Grayling (Grayling)

Carl’s Retreading (Grawn)

Central Sanitary Landfill (Pierson)

Colbath Road (Oscoda)

Coldwater Road Landfill (Flint)

Crown Vantage Property (Parchment)

Diamond Chrome Plating (Howell)

Escanaba Defense File Supply Point (Escanaba)

Flint Bishop International Airport Landfill (Flint)

Fort Gratiot Landfill (Fort Gratiot)

Gerald R. Ford International Airport (Grand Rapids)

Grayling Area PFAS (Grayling)

Helmer-Dickman Road Area (Battle Creek)

Ithaca Sanitary Landfill (Ithaca)

K.I. Sawyer Air Force Base (Gwinn)

Lacks Industries (Cascade)

Lacks Industries (Saranac)

Lapeer Plating & Plastics (Lapeer)

Loud Drive (Oscoda)

M-60 Tanker Spill (Howard Township)

MacDermind, Inc. (Ferndale)

MAHLE Engine Components (Muskegon)

Manistee Plating (Manistee)

McDonald Store Fire (Oscoda)

Michner Plating (Jackson)

MRP - Former Total Petroleum Refinery (Alma)

North 34th Street (Richland)

Oscoda Area Schools (Oscoda)

RACER Buick City (Flint)

RACER Eckles Road (Livonia)

RACER Lansing Plants 2, 3, and 6 (Lansing)

Richfield Landfill (Davison)

Rockford Tannery (Rockford)

Roosevelt Refinery (Mt. Pleasant)

Selfridge Air National Guard Base (Harrison Township)

State Disposal Superfund Site (Plainfield Township)

Van Etten Lake (Oscoda)

Wash King Laundry (Baldwin)

Washtenaw Industrial Facility (Saline)

Whispering Pines MHC (Oscoda)

Wurtsmith Air Force Base (Oscoda)

MPART is a multi-agency team representing heath, environment and other branches of state government to investigate sources and locations of PFAS contamination in the state, to take action to protect people's drinking water, and to keep the public informed about this emerging contaminant.

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