Michigan Radio: Residents in Oscoda Wonder Why State Didn’t Act on PFAS Issues Sooner

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At least 14 communities in Michigan have water contaminated with a family of chemicals known as per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, or PFAS.

One of those sites, in West Michigan, has gotten a lot of attention recently. This month, the state abruptly announced a cleanup standard for PFAS.

But these chemicals have been a pollution problem in the state for years.

In Oscoda, some residents are wondering why remediation is taking so long.

Bryce Huffman

Read more at MichiganRadio.org