March 5, 2020
Department: MI Environment – Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy
Draft rules limiting per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) contamination in Michigan drinking water moved forward in the state rule-making process last week when the Environmental Rules Review Committee (ERRC) approved them.
Among the most stringent and comprehensive PFAS standards in the nation, the proposed rules will provide provisions reducing exposure to seven PFAS compounds in drinking water. The provisions include establishing drinking water standards, sampling requirements, public notification requirements, and laboratory certification criteria.
Read the entire article Michigan PFAS standards move forward, could be adopted as early as late spring.
Envirologic is staying close to these developments and stands ready to assist you with evaluating how these compounds could affect your operations. If you have questions, please reach out to our Environmental Investigation and Remediation team at (800) 272-7802 or by email.