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This issue of The Corps Environment includes:
Army announces 2016 environmental award recipients; Fort Riley project recognized for excellence in water energy management; EnviroPoints guest commentary on 2017 Army Earth Day; Partnership to study wetlands benefits Corps, students; Muddy River restoration project garners Build America Award; USACE offers hazardous waste recertification course; USACE rangers' count confirms eagle population growth; USACE investigates technology to manage invasive species; New guide provides installation resources for organic waste diversion; Ecosystems depend on plant pollinators; Detroit District views dredged material as resource, not waste; Surry Mountain Lake hosts anglers for New Hampshire winter fishing; Buffalo District supports nationwide waste investigation, clean up; Innovative technology to aid environmental investigations; USACE, The Nature Conservancy join forces, enhance Roanoke River; New England District proposing solar array at Cape Cod Canal; Engineers, students team up, photograph project; and the 2017 Army Earth Day poster.
April 2017 issue of The Corps Corps Environment
5/2/2017 2:38:00 PM
Hon. Jo-Ellen Darcy, Assistant Secretary of the Army for Civil Works, and Kate Brandt,Federal Environmental Executive, White House Council of Environmental Quality, , visit Mobile District's Stennis Lock and Dam on the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway in Mississippi to learn about its energy and sustainability efforts with the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville.
ASA for Civil Works Jo-Ellen Darcy Energy-Sustainability visit to Tenn-Tom Waterway
12/30/2016 1:47:00 PM
Karen J. Baker, SES
Karen J. Baker, SES
11/3/2016 2:15:00 PM
Minister Chen Lei and the Chinese delegation got a bird’s eye view of Everglades National Park from the observation tower at Shark Valley in Everglades National Park.
Minister Chen Lei
12/15/2015 2:38:00 PM
The Tactical Vehicle Wash Rack at Fort Hood was originally installed in 1987. The wash rack was designed to treat off-wash through a series of grit chambers, and settling basins for re-use while capturing and using rainwater in the primary lagoon.
Fort Hood's Tactical Vehicle Wash Rack captures rainwater for use and also treats off-wash for reuse
10/19/2015 4:43:00 PM
The Tactical Vehicle Wash Rack at Fort Hood was originally installed in 1987. The wash rack was designed to treat off-wash through a series of grit chambers, and settling basins for re-use while capturing and using rainwater in the primary lagoon.
Fort Hood's Tactical Vehicle Wash Rack captures rainwater for use and also treats off-wash for reuse
10/19/2015 4:43:00 PM
New wash rack, efficiently captures and treats water for re-use. The washrack has a combination of high pressure low volume and low pressure high volume wands for utilization by the troops. All water from this system is quickly processed to minimize evaporation and water loss within a contained system.
Wash rack at Pohakula Training Area captures and treats water for re-use
10/19/2015 4:43:00 PM
Soldiers using the Schofield Barracks Centralized Wash Facility to remove dirt and potential plant propagules from Humvee. Using a high pressure low volume wand ensures minimal water utilization and maximum debris removal. Effluent for this facility is recycled through a grit chamber, oil chamber, and through a series of sand and membrane.
Soldiers using the Schofield Barracks Centralized Wash Facility where water is filtered for reuse
10/19/2015 4:42:00 PM
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