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MCAS Miramar Environmental Management System (EMS)
Environmental Management (S-7)

 

Environmental Management (S-7)

"MORE THAN OUR CODE . . . IT'S OUR CORPS"

The Environmental Management System of MCAS Miramar
ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING
Environmental Planning Director

858-577-6115

Environmental planning program involves variety of environmental media management and focuses on environmental consultation, project review, environmental documentation, future environmental planning and consultation, and record keeping.  Management of the program involves variety of activities including:

Development and implementation of MCAs Miramar policies and procedures related to compliance with the National Environmental Policy Act {NEPA) and laws, regulations .and polices related to environmental documentation.

Coordination of design reviews within the environmental staff for projects  submitted by the Installation and Logistics Department (S-4) and Marine Corps Community Services.

Coordination with Facility Planners in the S-4 in order to ensure that environmental considerations are incorporated early in the planning phase for future projects.  

Review installation and tenant activities and projects to identify environmental program compliance, documentation and coordination requirements.

Preparation/coordination of environmental documentation for the NEPA program, including categorical exclusion checklists, decision memorandum, environmental assessments, finding of no significant Impact, environmental impact statements and records of decision.

Internal and external consultation for installation and tenant activities  and projects, including contacts with higher headquarters, with other Department of the Navy and Department of Defense offices, and with federal, state, and local regulatory agencies.

Meet with installation and tenant organization representatives to explain environmental program requirements, discuss activities and projects, and provide compliance guidance and assistance.

Technical and administrative support for the MCAS Miramar Environmental impact Review Board, including document review and circulation, comment preparation, and meeting coordination.

Maintenance of detailed and complete records of environmental planning efforts which often times are referred to for years after the action has been complete.

Provide technical advice to assist in resolving critical issues regarding compliance with environmental laws and regulations as  they relate to the Marine Corps mission that directly  affect other functional areas such as training, operations., logistical support, etc.} and must be consistent with overall Marine Corps policy.