• IPC on its way to exceeding DOD energy mandates external link
    Since Island Palm Communities (IPC) development got underway in 2004, it has gained a lot of momentum in the area of energy efficiency. (Story by Island Palm Communities)

  • Wildlife Biologist helps keep airfield and pilots safe external link
    Kimm Hunt, 19th Airlift Wing Safety USDA Wildlife Biologist, fires a Banger pyrotechnic used to disperse birds and wildlife that are on, or are too close to the airfield... (Story by Tammy L. Reed)

  • NAVFAC Completes Sewage Treatment Plant Upgrades at Camp Hansen external link
    Facilities Engineering and Acquisition Division (FEAD) Camp Butler completed repairs and upgrades to the sewage treatment plant at Camp Hansen, Okinawa, Japan. (Story by James Johnson)

  • Luke, APS solar array live external link
    Luke Air Force Base and Arizona Public Service partnered to install a solar array producing enough energy to power 2,500 homes, benefiting the environment and achieving renewable energy goals. (Story by Senior Airman Grace Lee)

  • E-waste now collected on Fort Riley external link
    The Fort Riley Recycling Center added an e-waste component to their recycling program at the beginning of May. The program’s goal is to allow for the safe recycling of electronics and household appliances that are harmful to the environment if disposed of improperly. (Story by Jakki Forester)

DoD Energy, Environment, Safety & Occupational Health News

Blue Line Blur
225 years of Service to Nation: Marine environmental protection

225 years of Service to Nation: Marine environmental protection

AF earns 10 Federal Energy, Water Management Awards

AF earns 10 Federal Energy, Water Management Awards

Green outs ensure station power usage stays below peak demands

Green outs ensure station power usage stays below peak demands

Sigonella Leading

Sigonella Leading "Energy Biggest Loser" Competition

From the Shore: Navy Installations Take Energy Initiatives to the Next Level

From the Shore: Navy Installations Take Energy Initiatives to the Next Level

Navy and Georgia Power Ink Deal to Build 42 MW Solar Farm at SUBASE Kings Bay

Navy and Georgia Power Ink Deal to Build 42 MW Solar Farm at SUBASE Kings Bay

Last Modified: 27 July 2015 at 05:27