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Michigan PFAS Action Response Team Update
November 3, 2021 @ 6:00 pm
The Michigan PFAS Action Response Team will provide an update on the continuing investigation and actions to address PFAS contamination near the former Wurtsmith Air Force Base and Oscoda Area sites. The meeting will be recorded and posted within a few days after the meeting along with materials. The meeting can be viewed on the website: Michigan.gov/Wurtsmith.
To register for and participate in the virtual meeting, visit the website. Those interested in participating can also go to the registration website.
Those without internet access can listen to the meeting by calling:
(636) 651-3142 and entering the conference code 374288#
For questions about the former Wurtsmith Air Force Base investigation, contact Beth Place, EGLE, at PlaceB1@Michigan.gov or (517) 899-7524. For questions about the Oscoda Area investigations, contact Amanda Armbruster, EGLE, at ArmbrusterA@Michigan.gov or (989) 450-6377. For questions related to PFAS and health, contact Puneet Vij, MDHHS at VijP@Michigan.gov or (517) 582-4104 or (800) 648-6942.
Disclaimer: The opinions, beliefs and viewpoints expressed by the event organizers on this calendar do not reflect the opinions, beliefs and viewpoints of Destination Oscoda. Attendance and participation are deemed at your own risk and anyone attending or taking part in the event must use good judgement, obey all laws and take reasonable care to avoid any injury to their person or property.