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Restoration at Neil A. Armstrong Test Facility

The Restoration Program at Neil A. Armstrong Test Facility. Protecting human health and preserving natural resources.

The Restoration Program at NASA’s Neil A. Armstrong Test Facility cleans up chemicals that have been released into the environment during past activities to  ensure that human health is protected, natural resources are preserved, and the overall well-being of the environment is maintained.  Plum Brook Station was renamed the Neil A. Armstrong Test Facility on December 30, 2020.

Numerous investigations have been conducted since the early 1990s, and currently there are 7 identified restoration sites.  This website is intended to provide information concerning the environmental restoration activities at the Neil Armstrong Test Facility to the general public.

This website will be updated as activities at the test facility progress, so check back often or contact NASA at GRC-Restoration@mail.nasa.gov or 216-433-6028.

Final Community Involvement Plan

NASA has issued the Final Community Involvement Plan for Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) Activities at its Neil Armstrong Test Facility in Sandusky. The plan specifies the outreach activities that NASA may use to address community concerns and expectations for the cleanup process at seven sites located at the test facility.  The Community Involvement Plan refers to Plum Brook Station because the plan was produced before December 30, 2020, when the facility was renamed to Neil A. Armstrong Test Facility.

Download the Final Community Involvement Plan.

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