State Rep. Sue Allor today issued the following statement on the latest findings of the Michigan PFAS Action Response Team (MPART) announced Friday:
The findings are the final results of a first-in-the-nation statewide testing undertaken by MPART to survey the safety and condition of state drinking water supplies.
Allor met Friday with Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Environment (EGLE) director Leisl Clark and MPART executive director Steve Sliver in Oscoda to tour the impacted area, including Clark’s Marsh and Van Etten Lake.
Allor led the way in securing funding for the statewide study in last year’s supplemental budget. This term, Allor has been working on key pieces of legislation to limit potential future sources of PFAS contamination.