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5  pesticides emap 2011

5 pesticides emap 2011






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    • Environmental Management Action Plan (EMAP)1. Action Plan Name: Pesticides Management Action Plan2. Significant Environmental Aspect (s): 3. Document Control Code: 6. Working Group Assigned to: Land & Resources#5 Pesticide/Herbicide Usage FB-200-EMAP-5 Conservation 4. Date: 19 September 2011 7. EMAP Manager: Installation Pest Management 5. Document Approver: Garrison Coordinator and Pest Controllers Commander8. Objective(s) and Targets Resource requirements Objective(s) Target(s) Performance Indicator(s) (personnel and funding)Reduce usage/application of #1 Continue annual reduction of 1. In-house and Contract services 1. Army Environmental Reportingtoxic pesticides and herbicides pesticide usage (of PAI) from FY2003 2. Application records Database Baseline. (DODI Measure of Merit #2) 3. Environmental friendly products 2. DOD Pesticide Approved ListNote: 4. Non chemical treatment/controls 3. Pest Management PlanPAI: Pound of Active #2 Maintain a DOD Approved Pest 1. Updated Pest Management Plan 1. DOD Pest Applicator TrainingIngredients Management Plan & DOD or State 2. Certified/Trained Personnel and Certification Certified Pest Controllers. (DODI including Contractors 2. State Pest Applicator License Measures of Merit # 1 & 3) 3. Pest Management Plan9. Reason(s) for Significance: Pollution prevention and waste reduction10.Potential Environmental/Organizational Impacts:a. Natural resources impact and contaminationb. Human exposure to regulated pesticidesc. Handling and disposal costd. Protection of Critical Habitat for Federally Listed Endangered Species11. Legal and Other Requirements:a. EO13423: Strengthening Federal Environmental, Energy, and Transportation Management. Directs Federal Agencies to reduce the quantity of toxicand hazardous chemicals and materials acquired, used, or disposed of; increase diversion of SW as appropriate.b. FIFRAc. AR 200-1 Chapter 5 Pest Managementd. RCRA, 40 CFR 260-280e. DODI 4150.7 (DOD Measure of Merits)f. AR 40-5 Preventive Medicine Page 1 of 3
    • Environmental Management Action Plan (EMAP)12. Program Description:A pest management strategy that focuses on methods that is least injurious to the environment. Pesticides are applied in such a way that they pose theleast possible hazard, and are used as a last resort when other controls are inadequate. The Garrison Commander appointed an Integrated PestManagement Coordinator (IPMC) who oversee the implementation of the Integrated Pest Management Plan (IPMP)13. Operational Controls Activity/ Responsible Document Title Monitoring Records Comments Control(s) Person(s)1. IPMP DPW IPMC Monthly Monthly2. In house and Contract services for pest Fort Buchanan Pest Controllers Monthly Service Orderscontrol3. Army Environmental Reporting Database USAEC IPMC Annual Annual Include OPORDs14. Action Plan: Responsible Person/ Required Tasks/Action Items Priority/Timeframe Status Duty Position ResourcesMaintain an Integrated Pest Management Plan Annual review IPMC USAEC OngoingEvaluate pesticides and replace them with less toxic Quarterly IPMC and Pest APHC Ongoingformulations or implement non chemical control whenever Controllerscost effective.Perform inspection and monitoring of pest to determine the Weekly Pest Controllers Document Ongoingbest control method available to reduce chemical applications. RecordsPurchase “environmental friendly” pesticide in order to reduce Subject to DOD Approval IPMC and Pest DOD Approved Ongoingtoxicity level to minimize environmental and health impact. Review annually Controllers ListSubmit pounds of active ingredient (PAI), Annual Plan Annual Chief Environmental and Report OngoingUpdates (PUF), and Pesticide Use Proposals (PUP) to AEC IPMCEvaluate pest control service records for continuous Monthly Chief Environmental / Report Ongoingimprovements and to implement pest management practices Pest Control Technicianswhen economically feasible.Establish a Community Outreach Program to include Annual EMAP Manager and Partnerships Ongoingeducation, awareness, articles, flyers, and initiatives such as a ECO’scommunity garden program and Army Earth Day. Page 2 of 3
    • Environmental Management Action Plan (EMAP)Maintain Pest Controllers Training Program Annual IPMC and Pest APHC Ongoing Controllers15. Relevant Document(s)/RecordsDocument Name Location Document Custodian1. Pesticide/Herbicide Management Report Environmental Division Pest Control Technicians/DFMWR Golf Course Pest Controller2. Pest Applicators certifications and licenses Environmental Division Pest Control Technicians/DFMWR Golf Course Pest Controller3. Monthly Pesticide and Herbicide Application Records Environmental Division Pest Control Technicians/DFMWR Golf Course Pest Controller4. Substitution product purchase orders Environmental Division Chief Environmental / Pest Control Technicians16. Program Performance Tracking Annual Total Formula RationaleTarget #1 Amount of Active Ingredients (Pound) used annually divided by the amount used during Baseline Year 2003.Target #2.1 Amount of implemented initiatives and control measure divided by the amount required on the Pest Management PlanTarget #2.2 Amount of Certified Pest Control Personnel divided by the amount of personnel supporting/managing the Pest Control Program and Service Contracts.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 ArmyReserve Centers located Island-wide. Page 3 of 3