The Wolverine CAG’s own Sandy Wynn-Stelt has been recognized for her commitment to community advocacy and involvement by the EPA. The award is given every year to an individual and recognizes outstanding achievements in environmental protection and community involvement leadership during the site cleanup process. Find out more about the award and EPA Superfund here.
On Tuesday, August 18th, EGLE will be holding a public meeting to discuss the Wolverine Groundwater Investigation Response Activity Plans for Areas 5, 6, 11 & 12, and 19. The .PDF below outlines the meeting, public comment period, and how to participate in them.
The details as to how to access the meeting can be found at www.Michigan.gov/belmont, alongside an overview of Michigan’s PFAS response.
If you wish to skip straight to registering for the meeting, click here.
The EPA has shared with us their finalized community involvement plan.
The CAG will be assembling as planned next Thursday (05/21/2020) via Zoom. To view the event details, please click here.
The April CAG meeting will be proceeding as planned this coming Thursday (4/16/2020). Due to the current Stay At Home order, the meeting will be taking place over the conference app Zoom.
To view the event details click here.
EGLE has created two videos to guide you in collecting samples for PFAS water analysis and filling out the PFAS Water Analysis Form. Both videos are for residential sampling and are also available on the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy’s State Drinking Water Lab web page, here.
If you have questions regarding this process please contact the Environmental Assistance Center at 800-662-9278.
Below is the proposed restoration plan for the Rogue River, which will be discussed at the March CAG meeting (3/19/2020).
Below is a copy of Attorney General Dana Nessel’s response to the public comments collected in response to the Wolverine Worldwide Consent Decree.