New team formed to spearhead complex contamination cleanup
MADISON, Wis. (AP) — The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources has formed a new team to deal with PFAS contamination linked to a Marinette manufacturer of firefighting foam, which the agency says has resulted in the largest, most complex environmental investigation and cleanup in the state’s history.

The team will deal solely with a Tyco Fire Products investigation and the remediation of so-called forever chemicals known as PFAS that have been linked to Tyco sites. Tyco, a subsidiary of Johnson Controls International, has been investigating contamination stemming from its fire training center in Marinette....

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