The town of Campbell is still waiting for official results from the latest round of well-testing to find PFAS chemicals. But the reports they’ve gotten so far do not sound encouraging.
Town clerk Cassie Hanan tells the county emergency planning committee that the ground water pollution is turning up in more places, saying that even on the south end of the island, PFAS levels are exceeding 20 parts per trillion.
Hanan says well water at government buildings on the island has been tested again recently, with higher levels being reported than at the end of 2020.
Test results could be reported by the DNR within the next couple of months.