Infamous Michigan chemical plant cleanup gets $9.7M from EPA

EPA approves $9.7 million to start cleaning up Velsicol Superfund site in St. Louis, Michigan

The town of St. Louis, Michigan got some good news from the Environmental Protection Agency this week. Agency officials announced at a meeting with concerned citizens that the Velsicol Chemical Superfund site will get $9.7 million to start a massive cleanup project this fall.

What's the fate of one of the largest pollution cleanup projects in Michigan?

Pine River to get more testing, studies this summer

 

More local PBB testing to be done

Dr. Michele Marcus, seen here talking to Norm Keon, a member of the Pine River Superfund Citizens Task Force in 2014, heads the team from the Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University in Atlanta, Ga. that conducted blood tests on several hundred Gratiot County residents in 2013 and 2014. Now that funding has been secured they will return for more testing sometime this summer. (Herald photo – Nelson)

Health risks of PBB exposure

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PBB researchers may return to county for more testing

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Flint water recalls Michigan’s botched response to PBB disaster

Task force elects 4 to first Hall of Fame class

 

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