Helping Michiganders understand and address PFAS
In recent years, an improved understanding of the toxicological effects of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) has led to increased scrutiny of these chemicals, and the state of Michigan has been a leader in developing regulations for PFAS compounds. Environmental engineer Mike Ellis recently prepared a white paper focused on the impacts of these regulatory changes to Michigan industries and Michiganders.
“Because regulations for PFAS have only recently been developed, most industrial dischargers have not had requirements for PFAS concentrations,” explains Mike. The white paper explains how these businesses can prepare for the likely changes to PFAS regulations and requirements.
Read the white paper, “What Michiganders need to know about PFAS regulatory changes,” to learn more.