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Hill Air Force Base Environmental Compliance 17 DEC 09

Hill Air Force Base Environmental Compliance 17 DEC 09

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Hill Air Force Base Environmental Compliance 17 DEC 09

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  1. Hill Air Force Base Environmental Compliance17 DEC 09 Environmental Compliance 75 CEG/CEVC 775-6918 BE AMERICA’S BEST

  2. Compliance Program Scope • Interpret regulations as applicable to HAFB • Obtain permits • Develop and monitor compliance programs • Provide compliance assistance and oversight • Manage all compliance-related communications with outside agencies • (US EPA, UDEQ, County Health, HQ AFMC) Ensuring environmental compliance while supporting the HAFB mission BE AMERICA’S BEST

  3. Environmental Management Cradle-to-Grave Responsibility Finished Product Air Emissions Recycled Material Toxics HazardousWaste Hazardous Materials Customers Pollution Prevention Waste Water BE AMERICA’S BEST

  4. Air Quality Status • Large Program - over 2600 air emission sites • Currently in “maintenance” area for ozone • Drives tight control of volatile organic compounds. • Now in Non-Attainment for PM2.5 • Two Title V operating permits • UTTR – Dec 2000 • HAFB – Oct 2002 • Subject to NESHAP standards • Aerospace • Chrome • Halogenated solvents • RICE and SI ICE • More to come (DLSME, Boilers) BE AMERICA’S BEST

  5. Studies and Assessments • Defense Land Systems and Miscellaneous Equipment NESHAP Assessment • Mobile Source Emission Inventory • Green House Gas Emission Inventory • PM2.5 NAAQS Air Monitoring • Ozone NAAQS Air Monitoring • Boilers Stack Testing

  6. Base-wide Cradle to Grave HazMat Support (Mission essential to aircraft repair and other essential functions) Support 72 Active HazMat Distribution Support Centers (HDSCs) Directly supports ~10,000 production employees Conduct Inventory Audits at HDSCs at least once/yr Manage Hazardous Materials Tracking System EESOH-MIS development and Implementation Authorization, Procurement, Tracking, and Disposal of HazMat 2 Million HazMats in the system Manage over 10,000 Material Safety Data Sheets in the system Hazardous Materials BE AMERICA’S BEST

  7. Hazardous Waste Operate Haz Waste Control Facility (Bldg 514) Operate Bldg 893 – Hazardous Waste Storage Facility (TSDF) Maintain training for >700 HW Site operators Receive waste from over 250 generation sites 4,200 tons disposed in 1985 (original baseline) 2,347 tons disposed in 2006 – 9,000 containers Reduction efforts include: rag laundering solvent recovery used oil recycling bead-blast media re-use BE AMERICA’S BEST

  8. Water Quality - IWTP Base Industrial Wastewater Treatment Plant (IWTP) Approximately 170k gallons/day (62M gal/yr) Pre-treatment plant—metals removal, organic chemical removal, sludge treatment Critical to most industrial facilities on base Regulated by North Davis County Sewer District Untreated discharge at Army Rail Shop and OUs Responsibilities 75 CES – treatment, plant operation & maintenance 75 CEV – inspections, compliance sampling, regulatory POC New permit requires plant modifications BE AMERICA’S BEST

  9. Toxics and Tanks • Toxics Program – Asbestos, Lead-based Paint (LBP), Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs) • Assist CEEV with asbestos and LBP issues – mainly regulatory interface and incident response • Achieved “PCB-free” status May 1996 • Storage Tank Program • Base-wide support for tank installation/closure, storage/containment regulations and spill prevention • Closed 35 above ground and 316 under ground tanks • Actively manage 15 remaining regulated tanks BE AMERICA’S BEST

  10. Water Quality - Storm Water 50 miles of storm water collection lines 14 storm water retention ponds Discharge permit from Utah Division of Water Quality Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan Self-monitoring of run-off controls BE AMERICA’S BEST

  11. Base Support Spill Response Interface with Regulators BE AMERICA’S BEST