Wolverine Dump Sites Information
GOVERNOR SNYDER'S DIRECTIVE:
Governor Snyder has issued a directive to respond to PFAS water concerns. The website is intended to serve as the main resource for public information on PFAS contamination in Michigan. It will be updated regularly as additional facts about the issue and locations impacted becomes available. It includes links to a PFAS fact sheet, Safe Fish Guidelines, and toxic substances health and disease information.
Kent County Health Department reports that you can get up to date information and resources at their website.
If you have questions regarding the Wolverine dumping sites, etc. please visit the Kent County Health Department's website at:
If residents are concerned about testing for general well water quality they can contact the Kent County Health Department at 616-632-7100.
Near the top of the page under Kent County Updates there are contacts listed for different subject matter issues where the Health Department can direct people with questions that they may have.
MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY (DEQ) INFORMATION:
If you live near an area that you believe may be a suspected Waste Disposal Area, please visit Michigan DEQ web page and fill out and send a Suspected Waste Disposal Area email form.
For additional assistance, please email the Environmental Assistance Center at:
firstname.lastname@example.org or call 800-662-9278.
If residents are concerned about testing for general well water quality they can contact the Kent County Health Department at 616-632-7100. Below is a link to a list of vendors that have been approved for this test and collection method and will sample residential wells:
Residents should be aware there are less than reputable persons in the area who offer a testing service that purports to sample for PFAS for less than $500 that we don’t have confidence in the collection or analytical method.
Residents can get further information on PFAS by calling the DEQ Environmental Assistance Center at 800-662-9278.
For information on filtration systems and where to find them, see this document from the DEQ:
This page located on the Plainfield Township website will connect you with the information from key agencies working to investigate and manage the House Street contamination: