The Coalition for Action on Remediation of Dioxane (CARD) is a partnership of local governments and citizens that look at strategies to address the groundwater contamination from the industrial solvent 1,4-dioxane, released by Gelman Sciences, Inc. The groundwater contamination has expanded in Washtenaw County to an area over three miles long and one mile wide.
To view the member listing, please see the CARD board page.
View the CARD bylaws.
Due to the impacts of coronavirus, we will be having all CARD meetings remotely on Zoom until further notice.
If you haven't gotten the Zoom invitation on CARDcore, and wish to attend the Zoom meeting, please email Beth at [email protected] to be sent the information to join.
Please note that all CARD meetings are audio and video recorded.
These local laboratories provide 1,4-dioxane analysis at the expense of the homeowner / resident. Please contact the laboratories for information regarding pricing, detection limits, obtaining bottles, and sampling procedures.
For more information on testing your drinking water for 1,4-dioxane, please see our Testing Drinking Water for 1,4-dioxane fact sheet (PDF).