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Water advisory

Do Not Eat Fish
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The Spring recreation season is upon us and one of the most popular destinations is the Huron River.  But, you'll see an increasing number of signs along the waterway warning you not to eat the fish.  That's because of PFAS contamination.  In WEMU's 'Issues of the Environment,' get the latest on the health of the river, and how it affects you for the spring and summer ahead from Huron River Watershed Council executive director, Laura Rubin.   

clean drinking water
Andrew Cluley / 89.1 WEMU

The Water is safe again for 400,000 people in Northeast Ohio and Southeast Michigan.  Still,  affected residents shouldn't drink straight from the tap without first taking a few precautions.