LANSING, Mich. — New test results show that most water samples from across Michigan contain no signs of PFAS--the potentially dangerous man-made chemical that doesn't break down over time.
The Michigan PFAS Action Response Team (MPART) conducted the $1.9 million study last year.
Results revealed that roughly 90% of the water samples showed no detection for PFAS.
MPART said only the city of Parchment and Robinson Elementary School near Grand Haven had test results exceeding federal standards.
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