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  • Earth Day PSA 2020

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  • Program enables Robins’ workers to earn certificates in safety, gain valuable knowledge

    The 78th Air Base Wing Administrative and General Industry Safety Certificate Program gives Robins’ workers the chance to earn certificates in safety without leaving the base.

  • South Dakota National Guard completes water mission for Pine Ridge

    Thirteen members of the South Dakota Army National Guard helped distribute drinkable water to communities on the Pine Ridge Reservation this past weekend after recent flooding damaged a main waterline in Oglala County that left more than 8,000 residents without water.

  • Recycling Cash Turned Into Solar Energy

    The MCBQ Recycling Center solar project, completed March 22, placed a 96-panel system with battery backup, capable of producing 35kw of power during solar peak times, and four hours of backup electricity for basic operations. The electricity created will supply the basic energy needs for the recycling center: lights, heat, air conditioning in a small space, roll-up door and a few outlets throughout the facility.

  • Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton Hosts The Annual Environmental Law Training Symposium

    The annual symposium is conducted every year with MCI-West MCB Camp Pendleton to provide training on updates in laws about environmental and land use, which include new regulations and policies. MCI-West MCB Camp Pendleton's Environmental Security programs implement installation restoration initiatives that sustain the current compliance of operational environments and ranges.

DOD Moving Forward With Task Force to Address PFAS

DOD Moving Forward With Task Force to Address PFAS

The Defense Department kicked off its first PFAS Task Force meeting today to address chemicals that have affected military installations and surrounding communities.