Haaland’s office said the Alamogordo facility would use the money to build an advanced water treatment facility and associated infrastructure in response to PFAS (polyfluoroalkyl and perfluoroalkyl substances) contamination that was discovered a few years ago. This, her office said, would restore access to the two contaminated brackish wells on the site and allow them to be used again and reduce the operational load on the other two wells.