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“MARINETTE — The Marinette’s City Council Tuesday voted to accept Tyco’s offer to provide the funds to buy equipment that will allow the city to more easily and effectively dispose of biosolids from its wastewater treatment facility.

In a statement, Tyco said, ‘As a leading employer in the region, and a company committed to environmental stewardship, Tyco offered this $1.3 million donation for the equipment that will help the city treat and transport its biosolids.’

Marinette Mayor Steve Genisot, in a statement, welcomed the donation. ‘We appreciate Tyco’s $1.3 million financial donation which allows the city to address this important issue.’

While test data shows there are other sources of PFAS in Marinette’s wastewater, the company recognizes its role in helping the community deal with the challenges created by the biosolids…”