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  • Environmental Management Action Plan (EMAP)1. Action Plan Name: Hazardous Waste (HW) Management Action Plan2. Significant Environmental Aspect (s): 3. Document Control Code: 6. Working Group Assigned to: Sustainable#6b Hazardous Waste Management FB-200-EMAP-6b Management 4. Date: 19 September 2011 7. EMAP Manager: Pollution Prevention Manager and Environmental Compliance 5. Document Approver: Garrison Commander Manager8. Objective(s) and Targets Resource requirements Objective(s) Target(s) Performance Indicator(s) (personnel and funding)Reduce the HW generation #1 Reduce HW generation annually. 1. HW Disposal Records / Manifests 1. Green Procurement Trainingrate 2. Annual HW Report 2. Hazardous Waste Training 3. Environmental friendly and green 3. EMS Awareness Training products 4. HW Management Plan 5. Pollution Prevention Plan8. Reason(s) for Significance: Reduce HW generation and associated disposal costs9.Potential Environmental/Organizational Impacts:a. Waste generated and disposedb. Natural Resources impactd. Operational cost of waste handling, storage, transport, and disposal.10. Legal and Other Requirements (Specify):a. EO: Executive Order 13423 -- Strengthening Federal Environmental, Energy, and Transportation Management – directs Federal agencies to reduce thequantity of toxic and hazardous chemicals and materials acquired, used, or disposed of; increase diversion of SW as appropriate; and maintain costeffective waste prevention and recycling programs.b. RCRA, 40 CFR 260-28011. Program Description:The Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) is the primary regulatory driver for hazardous waste (HW) management. Passed in 1976 andamended twice in the early 1980’s, Congress established the following goals for RCRA: To protect human health and the environment from the potential dangers of waste disposal; To conserve energy and natural resources through waste recycling and recovery; To reduce the amount of waste generated; and To ensure that wastes are managed in an environmentally sound manner. Page 1 of 3
  • Environmental Management Action Plan (EMAP)12. Operational Controls Activity/ Document Title Responsible Person(s) Monitoring Records Comments Control(s)1. Hazardous Waste Management Compliance Inspections Compliance Manager Quarterly ManifestsPlan2. Waste Generator Activities Compliance Inspections Tenants/Units/Directorates Quarterly Inspections3. Pollution Prevention Plan Pollution Prevention Opportunity Assessments Annually Initiatives Manager4. Storm Water Pollution Compliance Inspections Compliance Manager Annually InspectionsPrevention Plan5. Spill Prevention Control and Spill Prevention Tenants/Units/Directorates Quarterly Spill ReportsCountermeasure Plan Equipment13. Action Plan: Responsible Person/ Required Tasks/Action Items Priority/Timeframe Status Duty Position ResourcesEvaluate HW disposal records, including C&D manifest, to Annually Pollution Prevention & Manifest Ongoingidentify substitute green products to reduce future generation. Compliance Managers RecordsEstablish an Awareness and Training Program for ECOs, Annually EMAP Manager Training OngoingWaste Generators/Handlers, Emergency Responder, and RecordsMaterial Handlers.Perform compliance inspections of waste generator activities. Quarterly EMAP Manager Inspections OngoingIncorporate HW reduction/pollution prevention language into On a need basis EMAP Manager Contracts OngoingSOW for C&D, renovation, and maintenance projects Scope/Specs14. Relevant Document(s)/RecordsDocument Name Location Document Custodian1. HW Manifests Environmental Division EMAP Manager2. HM/ HW Facilities Inspection Records Environmental Division Building manager3. Army Environmental Database Reporting System Environmental Division EMAP Manager15. Program Performance Tracking Annual Total Formula RationaleTarget #1 Amount of HW (tons) generated during the current fiscal year divided by the amount of HW generated from previous year. Page 2 of 3
  • Environmental Management Action Plan (EMAP)16. 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.17. 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 View slide