Groundwater Contamination in Grayling

Groundwater Contamination in Grayling…

The Michigan National Guard plans to test residential drinking wells near its main training facility after a plume of toxic chemicals was discovered in groundwater. The Guard said about 100 homes with private wells just west and south of the Grayling Army Airfield are at risk of contamination from perfluoroalkyl substances, or PFAS. Homes with impacted wells will receive free water jugs from the local supermarket for an indefinite amount of time. The city’s water supply is considered safe.