ROBINSON TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WOOD) — People in Robinson Township are being told by state officials that their water is contaminated with PFAS.
Ottawa County officials recently posted the latest numbers from testing done around 120th Avenue in Robinson Township, southeast of Grand Haven.
The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality tested 37 wells in the area — 17 of them came back clean.
But PFAS was found in 20 of them. In one case, the likely carcinogen was found at more than 100 parts per trillion — well above the state safety standard of 70 parts per trillion.