Beaver Dam officials educating public of air quality equipment that could look suspicious
BEAVER DAM (CBS 58) -- Beaver Dam officials want to make the public known about some equipment that will be used to monitor air quality during Thursday's controlled burn of the apartment that exploded last week.
The pieces of equipment are weirdly shaped and may look suspicious to people who aren't educated. Officials want to show the public what the equipment looks like so they don't disturb it.
The equipment will be set up both indoors and inside surrounding buildings.
Once the equipment is set up Wednesday afternoon it will take air quality samples and send the data to the EPA staff which will be monitoring.
The controlled burn is expected to start Thursday morning through the evening. The air quality equipment will be in place until Friday afternoon.