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  • AFCEC hosts former Pease AFB RAB tour

    PORTSMOUTH, N.H. -- The Air Force Civil Engineer Center hosted a site tour Oct. 4 for the Pease Restoration Advisory Board of three water treatment plants installed by the Air Force since the discovery of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances in a municipal drinking well on the former Pease Air Force

  • Air Force continues attack on PFOS/PFOA issues at Pease

    Since 2014, the United States Air Force has spent more than $25 million to address the perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) and perfluorooctanoic sulfonate (PFOS) contamination in drinking water at the former Pease Air Force Base in Portsmouth, NH.The PFOS/PFOA impact was first identified during Air Force

  • Air Force moves forward to build treatment systems

    The Air Force has submitted remedial designs to the Environmental Protection Agency for two large-scale groundwater treatment systems to protect drinking water supply wells on and near the former Pease Air Force Base, New Hampshire, from exposure to perfluorooctanesulfonic and perfluorooctanoic

  • RAB reestablished at former Pease AFB, first meeting set for April 19

    The Air Force Civil Engineer Center, or AFCEC, has reestablished the Restoration Advisory Board at the former Pease Air Force Base, with the first meeting to be held April 19, 2016.  The Pease Restoration Advisory Board, or RAB, is a stakeholder group that will meet quarterly to discuss ongoing

  • Air Force, EPA work together to protect drinking water

    Through a cooperative effort with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the Air Force has provided a statement of intent to EPA's Region I administrator to both assure the safety of the drinking water from wells on the former Pease Air Force Base and address environmental contamination from

  • Guard shows off successful facility energy program

    This article is based on a transcript of a 9-minute video. If you would like a copy, call the AFCEC ReachBack Center at 888-232-3721. To view the video, visit installation infrastructure to aviation operations, energy provides the Air Force with the power it needs to

  • Air Force reaches milestone with performance-based contracts

    The Air Force Center for Engineering and the Environment reached another milestone in implementing new Air Force policy on environmental restoration with the recent award of two large performance-based remediation contracts for environmental cleanup.While AFCEE has used performance-based remediation