Non-detect levels of PFAS in Big Rapids water

BIG RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — The city of Big Rapids says recent tests did not find high levels of PFAS in its system and that the water is safe to drink.

According to a Big Rapids Public Works Department news release, the test results showed there was non-detect levels of PFAS in the water system. 

The drinking water was tested as part of the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality’s initiative to test community water supplies and schools that use well water. The state is testing for PFAS, a likely carcinogen.

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