lake superior smelting tradition continues despite new pollution concerns

Lake Superior smelting tradition continues, despite new pollution concerns

High levels of PFOS — one of a group of related chemicals known collectively as PFAS have been found in smelt sampled along the south shore of Lake Superior. Health officials are advising smelters not to eat more than a meal a month of the tiny silvery fish. Read the full story by Minnesota Public Radio.

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