MSU Extension and other statewide partners are providing communities important information and responses regarding PFAS -- a class of chemicals found in fire retardants, non-stock cookware and in some manufacturing facilities.

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Perfluorinated Chemicals: What they are and what you should know about them

Contamination sites from chemicals found in common household products and used in several industries have been identified in several places throughout Michigan.

PFAS Action Response Team

Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and the State of Michigan are taking action to address the PFAS contamination issue in a proactive and innovative ways. The Michigan PFAS Action Response Team (MPART) consists of seven state departments, in coordination with local and federal officials across Michigan, who are working together to ensure that the public health and safety of residents is protected while ensuring our environmental heritage is secure for generations of Michiganders to come.

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