In a letter to the EPA, Dingell calls the latest dioxane news from the Ann Arbor area “alarming”

U.S. Representative Debbie Dingell reaches out to the crowd during a press conference announcing a $ 75 million fund for police training at the Farwell Community Center in Detroit on Monday, August 16, 2021. (Mike Mulholland | Mulholland |

ANN ARBOR, MI – US MP Debbie Dingell urges the Environmental Protection Agency to designate the Gelman Plume as a federal superfund site.

Citing the recent discovery of new dioxane-contaminated drinking water wells north of the designated Plume area outside Ann Arbor, Dingell sent a letter to EPA Administrator Michael Regan on Friday, November 12th, addressing “the urgent need” for a super find to reinforce cleanup.

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