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Navy detailing environmental cleanup plans

by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - The Navy's Area-Wide Restoration Advisory Board will be holding a meeting tomorrow night at the University of Guam. Three items will be discussed they are the draft site inspection report for underground storage tanks at X-Ray Wharf, the draft removal verification report on various electrical utility sites and the results from the supplemental preliminary assessment and site inspection of munitions response ties.

Richard Grey is the Environmental Response Manager for NAVFAC Marianas, and told KUAM News, ""We're studying and cleaning up these sites to repair the damage to the environment caused by past activities, so it results in a cleaner Guam for everyone."

Tomorrow's meeting will be held at the RFK Library's Audio/Visual Room 1 starting at 6:30pm.

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