In order to maintain the various permits required for this program and ensure a continued Marine Corps operational training environment; the permit holders must ensure compliance with permit conditions.
As a condition of these permits, MCAS Miramar must ensure all discharges off of the installation comply with the permit conditions. Failure to comply with the permits condition could potentially release unfavorable discharges into the storm drains, canyons, seasonal streams and sea water potentially interrupting the training of the Marine Corps fighting force. Discharges could also potentially result in a Notice of Violation (NOV) and subsequent shut-down of training operations being issued by the agency with cognizance over the permit.
Numerous Best Management Practices are developed and implemented and can be found in the MCAS Miramar’s Storm Water Management Discharge Plan, the Water Quality and Supervisory Environmental Engineer Turnover Folder or Desktop. If Codes and permit conditions are not comply with it can be detrimental to the environment and the station can receive NOVs associated with fines and penalties.