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  1. 1. Environmental Management Action Plan (EMAP)1. Action Plan Name: Solid Waste (SW) Management and Recycling Management Action Plan2. Significant Environmental Aspect (s): 3. Document Control Code: 6. Working Group Assigned to: Sustainable#2 Solid Waste Management and Recycling FB-200-EMAP-2 Management 4. Date: 19 September 2011 7. EMAP Managers: Pollution Prevention Manager 5. Document Approver: Garrison and Compliance Manager. Commander8. Objective(s) and Targets Resource requirements Objective(s) Target(s) Performance Indicator(s) (personnel and funding)Reduce 50% of generated solid #1 Increase amount of items 1. Amount of solid waste generated and diverted 1. ECOs, DPW Environmental,waste by FY2015. being recycled. annually. Recycling Contract, Refuse Contract, other activities #2 Increase the awareness 1. Amount of awareness activities performed 1. DPW Environmental Division and implementation of the annually. and ECOs recycling program island wide. #3 Increase diversion from 1. Amount of waste generated and diverted from 1. Service Contracts, Contracting construction, demolition, or construction, demolition, or renovations projects Office, ECOs, and DPW renovation projects. annually. Environmental Division9. Reason(s) for Significance: Waste Minimization / Diversion10.Potential Environmental/Organizational Impacts:a. Depletion of natural resourcesb. Ground water pollutionc. Reduction in SW costs11. Legal and Other Requirements: a. EO: Executive Order 13423 -- Strengthening Federal Environmental, Energy, and Transportation Management – directs Federal agencies to reduce the quantity of toxic and hazardous chemicals and materials acquired, used, or disposed of; increase diversion of SW as appropriate; and maintain cost effective waste prevention and recycling programs. b. EO 13514 – Federal Leadership in Environmental, Energy, and Economic Performance- Divert from disposal at least 50 percent of nonhazardous solid waste, excluding construction and demolition debris, by the end of FY 2015. And divert from disposal at least 50 percent of construction and demolition materials and debris by the end of FY 2015. Page 1 of 3
  2. 2. Environmental Management Action Plan (EMAP)12. Program Description: The Integrated Solid Waste Management (ISWM) concept was established by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency(EPA) in the early 1990’s to expand existing solid waste management initiatives. Instead of focusing only on the disposal of solid waste, ISWM includespreventing waste, minimizing the initial generation of materials through source reduction, reusing and recycling, and composting to reduce the volume ofmaterials being sent to landfills or incineration. The Army supports ISWM and sets regulations and goals for installations to reduce the generation of solidwaste.13. Operational Controls Activity/ Responsible Document Title Monitoring Records Comments Control(s) Person(s)1. ISWM Plan objectives Installation Activities Inspections Plan2. Recycling Service Contract Environmental Service Schedule Inspections Annual Report Division4. Refuse Disposal Service Contract Service Schedule DPW QA Branch Inspections Annual Report5. Pollution Prevention (P2) Plan Initiatives P2 Manager Assessment Plan14. Action Plan: Responsible Person/ Required Tasks/Action Items Priority/Timeframe Status Duty Position ResourcesEvaluate activities waste generation processes and determine if Annually P2 Manager and ECOs Life Cycle Ongoingeconomically feasible. AnalysisIdentify and establish recycling mechanism such as local Annually P2 Manager and ECOs OMAR Ongoingpartnership, MOAs, Service Contracts, or DRMO. FundsObtain recycling containers for applicable items and place Annually P2 Manager and ECOs OMAR Ongoingthem at appropriate locations including admin and operation Contractareas.Provide Awareness Training and Materials. Annually / Earth Day SEMS Manager Trainings OngoingEstablish recycling policy and standards for applicable Annually P2 Manager, Ongoingengineering projects and service contracts. Engineering, ContractingMonitor and report waste generation, diversion, and disposal. Quarterly P2 and Compliance Army Ongoing Managers DatabaseImplement economically feasible recycling initiatives. Annually P2 Manager OMAR OngoingConduct community outreach activities. Annually / Earth Day EMAP Manager Ongoing15. Relevant Document(s)/RecordsDocument Name Location Document Custodian1. Solid Waste Annual Reporting System (SWAR) Army Web Based System Chief Environmental Page 2 of 3
  3. 3. Environmental Management Action Plan (EMAP)2. Waste Management & Recycling Report Records Environmental Records EMAP Manager16. Program Performance Tracking Annual Total Formula RationaleTarget #1 Amount of solid waste (tons) diverted divided by the total amount of waste (tons) generated.Target #2 Amount of awareness activities performed divide by the amount of required.Target #3 Amount of construction debris (tons) diverted divided by the amount of debris generated.17. Document ControlTechnical POC: Chief Environmental Division, Directorate of Public Works, Fort Buchanan PR Telephone: (787) 707-3575 / 3522Upon Garrison Commander concurrence memorandum for approval of this EMAP, the assigned SEMS Working Groups and responsible organizationsmust comply with the requirements established under Tasks/Action Items and core Objective(s) and Targets for the implementation of the EMAPs to thefullest extent possible, provide the EMS Coordinator with performance indicators data and supporting documentation for Program Performance Trackingpurposes. EMAP will be audited for EMS Program conformance and reviewed annually through the EQCC Meeting.18. ApplicabilityThis EMAP will apply to US Army Garrison Fort Buchanan (i.e. Directorates, Units, Tenants, and Commercial activities) including the US Army ReserveCenters located Island-wide. Page 3 of 3
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