In Our Communities

In Our Communities

DOD has reported high levels of PFAS in drinking water near several installations, The Hill reported. The bases include Naval Air Station Whidbey Island, Washington; Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington; the former Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Willow Grove,...
In Our Communities

In Our Communities

Domestic wells near Yakima Training Center, Washington have been contaminated with PFAS, Army officials said at a public meeting last week. So far, testing shows about 56 residents have been impacted. They are being provided with bottled water until the contamination...
In Our Communities

In Our Communities

The Leonard Wood Institute and Whiteman Air Force Base are receiving grants through Missouri’s Military Community Reinvestment Grant program, the Houston Herald reported. “These grants are incredibly important to ensure the long-term vitality of Missouri’s military...
In Our Communities

In Our Communities

Airports at three current or former military sites have been added to the Federal Aviation Administration’s Military Airport Program, making them eligible for grants to add civilian aviation activity. The airports are Kelly Field in San Antonio, Texas; Mobile Downtown...
EPA Takes New Step Toward PFAS Regulation, Cleanup

EPA Takes New Step Toward PFAS Regulation, Cleanup

The Environmental Protection Agency will use the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act “to tackle PFAS contamination,” it announced Tuesday in a press release. “We can only make progress for communities suffering from PFAS pollution if we work collaboratively across...