Tyco recently began construction on their Groundwater Extraction & Treatment System (GETS). Their contractor is also removing soil containing PFAS stored at the Fire Technology Center (FTC). To share details concerning these actions to remove the PFAS from historic activities at the FTC, Tyco will be hosting bi-weekly Office Hours with the GETS Project Senior Engineer from Geosyntec – Kirk Craig. This regularly scheduled Zoom call from noon to 12:30 pm every other Wednesday will provide community members the opportunity to ask questions and get additional details about the construction process. Craig will start each call by providing updates on what happened over the past two weeks and then discuss what is coming up in the next two weeks. He will then take any questions from the participants on the call. The number of participants will be limited to no more than 10 participants to ensure everyone can be heard. You can submit questions ahead of time via the Contact Us tab on the tycomarinette.com website or by calling 715-582-7100.
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