It could have been a quintessential success story about a young entrepreneur-scientist starting a hobby in the basement of his home and within 20 years turning it into a multi-million-dollar international business.
Ann Arbor News, April 8, 2002
Roger Rayle, a member of Scio Residents for Safe Water, shows one of his visual aids demonstrating dioxane levels at various places in the Pall Life Sciences Plume contaminating area groundwater.
Roger Rayle Inspects a Tributary That Flows from the Pall-Gelman Sciences Property, September 1997 Photographer: Nikki Boertman
Ann Arbor News, October 12, 1997
Roger Rayle, a member of Scio Residents for Safe Water, inspects a tributary that flows from the Pall-Gelman Sciences property to a holding pond for Little Lake. Rayle's group has been pressuring Gelman Sciences and now its new owner for a more aggressive contamination cleanup.