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  • Air Force taking more actions for PFOS and PFOA at Wurtsmith

    The Air Force Civil Engineer Center is awarding a contract in July that will expand capture zones to better control migration of Perfluorooctane sulfonate (PFOS) and Perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) to Clark’s Marsh and two existing plumes under treatment near Oscoda, Michigan.
  • EPA recognizes AFCEC-led cleanup success

    The Environmental Protection Agency is recognizing an Air Force Civil Engineer Center environmental coordinator and his team for work they’re doing to treat contaminated water at the former Pease Air Force Base, New Hampshire.
  • Air Force hosts virtual Restoration Advisory Board meeting

    The Air Force will host a virtual meeting for the former Wurtsmith Air Force Base Restoration Advisory Board (RAB) on Wednesday, April 15, 2020, at 5 p.m. EST. Registration required.
  • Air Force taking next steps to address PFAS at former Reese AFB

    The Air Force Civil Engineer Center is taking the next steps in its response to per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) contamination, attributable to its past activities, at the former Reese Air Force base near Lubbock, Texas.
  • Two Mather Soil Vapor Extraction units achieve cleanup goals

    The Air Force’s remediation program at the former Mather Air Force Base took another major step forward this summer when two Soil Vapor Extraction units were found to have achieved their cleanup goals.Late June, the Air Force Civil Engineer Center announced that two of the three remaining Soil Vapor Extraction systems accomplished their mission, a
  • Environmental stewards ensure safe, clean ground water

    Driving around base, Airmen might notice large equipment drilling into the ground and workers wearing personal protective equipment.This work is safe for the environment, personnel and the community, and is part of a base-wide effort to remediate soil and ground water contaminations at locations on base where there is known contamination from
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