PFAS Bills Introduced To Address Contamination Issues On Military Bases
Thu, 10 Jun 2021 17:31:52 EDT


United States Senators Debbie Stabenow and Gary Peters unveiled two new bills addressing contamination issues on military bases.

The military use of a firefighting foam has caused substances known as PFAS to contaminate sites across the country, including the former Wurtsmith Air Force Base near Oscoda.

The ten billion dollar investment would protect military communities from the toxic chemicals, and ensure families have access to pollutant-free drinking water.

It will also help the Department of Defense in identifying sites.



On the web:
Wurtsmith contamination history - CLICK HERE


   


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