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Johnson Controls sets aside $140M to clean up PFAS

MILWAUKEE (AP) — Johnson Controls International is devoting $140 million to clean up pollutants from firefighting foam in northeastern Wisconsin. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports that the company's third-quarter earnings report states it will set the money aside to clean-up pollution from PFAS in Marinette, where its Tyco Fire Products unit is based. PFAS are man-made ...

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