EPA enters the toxic tap water investigation

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — Kent County’s PFAS problem is getting the full attention of the federal government, something many of those affected have been requesting for a long time.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has confirmed it will begin taking samples in order to verify data that Wolverine Worldwide has provided to the public.

In an announcement on its website, the company portrays the EPA’s work as a cooperative effort which it fully supports.

The EPA will take samples from several existing monitoring wells and at least 15 residential wells in the area.

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