Latest Updates

See below for a list of updates at the Marinette, Wisconsin Fire Technology Center.

Community Engagement Opportunities

Community Crew, Office Hours & Public Meeting

Johnson Controls extends the student “Backpack” program through the summer

Hunger doesn’t take a vacation Click here to view photos of program activities Marinette, WI – June 8, 2021 –…

College Intern to Learn From & Contribute to Tyco Remediation Projects in the Area

Projects will provide unique opportunity to gain first-hand experience with PFAS remediation designs and implementation for groundwater and soil Marinette,…

Court Holds Hearing on Class Action Lawsuit Settlement Agreement Reached Between Tyco and Individuals from the Town of Peshtigo Involving PFAS From Fire Technology Center

Today, Judge Richard M. Gergel, a federal judge in the United States District Court for the District of South Carolina,…

Tyco Scholarships To Aid Students Studying in STEM Fields

15 graduating seniors at 4 area high schools received a total of $20,000. Click here to view photos of the…

WDNR Conditionally Approves GETS Plan to Remove PFAS from Groundwater

We appreciate WDNR’s positive response to our Groundwater Extraction & Treatment System (GETS) Plan.  Their conditional approval will allow us…

Communications

Stay up to date on the latest communications
shared by Tyco with residents.

Contact Us

If you have any questions, please call our dedicated phone line at 715-582-7100 or send an email to Jim Cox at Tyco in Marinette: James.Cox@jci.com.
 
Additionally, you can also use the form on the right to share any questions and/or sign up for Community Crew.

If you are signing up for Community Crew, please keep the following guidelines in mind:

  • You must be at least 18 years old
  • You must follow Tyco’s safety rules for each event, including Covid protocol.
  • Invitations will be sent on a first-come, first-served basis from the names submitted via the website.
  • Please mention “Community Crew” in your email.

The first Community Crew event will be removal of PFAS-contaminated soil from the FTC, tentatively scheduled for the week of June 21. We will contact those who sign up with the details closer to the date once it is confirmed.