ST. LOUIS – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, St. Louis District, Formerly Utilized Sites Remedial Action Program (FUSRAP) and Environmental Branch encourages members of the public to attend its FUSRAP Virtual Open House on Tuesday, September 20 from 6:30 a.m. to 8 p.m.
The FUSRAP team will share information on cleanup activities impacting areas of Downtown and North St. Louis County (NORCO) affected by low level radiological contamination from early development and production activities. atomic weapons of the country. The team will also discuss recent sampling that was done after record rainfall caused Coldwater Creek to flood on July 26. This FY2022 update to the St. Louis sites will be done virtually via Webex.
“The St. Louis FUSRAP team is excited to continue its commitment to engaging with the community,” said Phil Moser, FUSRAP program manager. “In FY22, we again experienced exceptional coordination with local entities and individual property owners along Coldwater Creek, accomplishing significant amounts of remediation and investigative sampling. . The whole team is working diligently and really appreciates the support many community members have shown.
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Moser and the NORCO Project Manager will provide updates on the progress of the project. Subject matter experts will answer general questions. To protect owners’ privacy, FUSRAP will use private chat (between attendees and moderator) in case attendees mistakenly put personally identifiable information into the meeting chat function. If owners wish to ask specific questions about their properties, they should submit inquiries with property addresses by email to [email protected]
Choose your preferred method to be part of the FUSRAP Virtual Open Day:
1. Use “Join as Guest” on Webex at
2. Use the clickable image on the FUSRAP webpage at
3. Use the QR code provided with this press release.
4. Join by phone (audio only)
Phone. : 1-844-800-2712 toll free in the United States
Meeting number (access code): 199 016 8033
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