Residents turn to experts for perspective on toxic water issues

PLAINFIELD TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WOOD) – More than 100 people, concerned about the safety of their drinking water, spent their Friday night getting more information from experts.

A geologist, environmental engineer and water quality expert spoke to the crowd at Northview High School just a few hours after 24 Hour News 8 broke news of a neighborhood with water testing positive for PFAS.

Garret TenHave-Chapman, an attorney who lives in Belmont, planned the expert panel.

“I live on Herrington. My property shares a boundary with the Belmont dump, so our water’s tainted,” he said.

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