Michigan governor wants to spend tens of millions of dollars on PFAS clean up

Governor Rick Snyder wants to put tens of millions of dollars toward curbing PFAS contamination. James Clift, policy director for the Michigan Environmental Council, says the new money won’t clean up every PFAS site in the state. 

“It would continue to give the state robust funding so they can find places where PFAS is present and where they could take steps to minimize public exposure,” he says.

Clift urges support for the funding as a great start, noting that it would likely be enough money for the state to keep up its current efforts to curb PFAS.

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