Kalamazoo adds PFAS treatment for drinking water as state eyes new limits

In July 2019, the city of Kalamazoo shut down pumping station no. 18, where PFAS were detected at levels that would violate the state’s new proposed guidelines, Director of Public Services James Baker said.

The Kalamazoo City Commission on Monday, Aug. 19, approved a $529,135 change order for a contract with Wightman & Associates for a project to reconstruct Kalamazoo’s pump station no. 5. The additional work includes adding treatment to remove PFAS from the water. 

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