• Recycling effort pays offexternal link
    Every quarter in the Environmental, Safety, Occupational Health Council meeting, winners from two separate categories who recycled the most at Sheppard receive $1,000 checks. (Story from Sheppard Air Force Base)

  • Kandahar DLA Disposition Services employees protect bird’s nestexternal link
    Defense Logistics Agency Disposition Services employees protect the environment by ensuring property turned in by customers is reused or recycled, but DLA Disposition Services employees in Kandahar, Afghanistan, have temporarily taken environmental protection a step further. (Story by Jeff Landenberger)

  • Safety Day renders stark reminderexternal link
    The United States Environmental Protection Agency honored Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, Calif. with the Federal Green Challenge Award for efforts in conservation in San Diego, Aug. 7. (Story by Airman 1st Class Samantha Saulsbury)

  • Army focuses on good energy stewardship to protect mission external link
    The Army is focused on being a good steward of resources to enhance energy security and protect the mission, a top Army leader said.(Story by Lisa Ferdinando)

  • Camden students learn about environmental cleanup during visit with Army Corps external link
    Eleven high school students from Camden County, N.J. learned about environmental remediation, large-scale construction, and the importance of problem solving during a visit with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ Philadelphia District. (Story by Steve Rochette)

DoD Energy, Environment, Safety & Occupational Health News

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US Department of Energy Recognizes Navy's Energy Efforts

US Department of Energy Recognizes Navy's Energy Efforts

The Air Force’s Sustainability Vision

The Air Force’s Sustainability Vision

CE outlines steps for dealing with spills

CE outlines steps for dealing with spills

Navy Region EURAFSWA Announces 2014 Energy Biggest Loser Winner

Navy Region EURAFSWA Announces 2014 Energy Biggest Loser Winner

New recycling multi-bins placed for convenience

New recycling multi-bins placed for convenience

Kadena residents, units reminded to separate recyclables, use clear bags

Kadena residents, units reminded to separate recyclables, use clear bags

Last Modified: 20 August 2014 at 08:58