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Deer Lake Area PFAS Site Notification Postcard

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23-09-194June 2023
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Author(s) Kim Wooten
Description The Toxics Cleanup Program created a new cleanup site to document PFAS contamination in this area, based on sampling results from a Group A water system drinking water well. There are several untested Group B water system and private wells in the area, and we sent this postcard to addresses within a half mile of the known location of contamination to ensure that people on other water sources were aware of the issue and knew where to find additional information. Group A and Group B are designations established by the state Department of Health to refer to water systems that serve different numbers of people. More information on required PFAS sampling in Group A wells can be found at: Department of Health also has answers to frequently asked PFAS questions here:
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Keywords PFAS, cleanup site, Island County, Initial Investigation, water wells
WEB PAGE Deer Lake Area PFAS
CLEANUP SITE Cleanup Site ID: 16781

FACILITY SITE Facility Site ID: 99999153