Worried About PFAS In Marine? Here's What We Know.

The Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) has tested most of the community public water systems in the state for PFAS over the past three years. In Marine, these include Jackson Meadow and the Marine Stugas. PFAS were not detected in the water at either location.

Because there was no detection in those systems, an MDH representative told city staff it's unlikely there would be PFAS in other water supplies in the City of Marine. However, the only way to know if a private well has PFAS is to have it tested. If you are interested in getting your private well tested for PFAS, visit MDH's Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances page to learn more.

Results of MDH testing are available to the public at: PFAS Dashboard.