Gary Brandrick, senior professional and service standards manager for North Wales Fire and Rescue Service, added: "We're delighted that this exciting facility has been completed - the AFSRC will deliver both improved facilities for our staff and a better service for the public in the area.
Crews will start their shift at the AFSRC then will move to strategically located deployment points across Wrexham and Chirk, where the trust data predicts the next 999 call will come from.
Construction of the AFSRC was carried out by BAM Construction.
A cooperative agreement, combining the capabilities of Hagerman's lab with those of AFSRC, was developed to identify important features of tannins that determine their interaction with soils.
In other work with Hagerman, AFSRC plant physiologist Thomas Kinraide found that binding by tannins may alleviate the toxic effects of metals, such as aluminum, on root growth.