ECAMP assessment takes place June 14 to 25 at AF installations

An External Environmental Compliance Assessment and Management Program assessment takes place in the KMC June 14 to 25.
The program helps identify problems and track solutions with regards to compliance, pollution prevention and other environmental fields.
It also helps build supporting programs and budgets for compliance and ensures major commands effectively address past, present and future environmental concerns. It ensures that installations are in compliance with environmental laws and regulations.
Air Force units located on Ramstein, Vogelweh, Einsiedlerhof, Sembach and Kapaun will be assessed. The ECAMP assessment team will conduct an in-brief at 10 a.m. June 14 at Hercules Theater, and an out-brief is scheduled at
3 p.m. Sept. 14.
There will be a total of 25 assessors conducting the evaluation scheduled by Headquarters U.S. Air Forces in Europe. Assessors will be evaluating the management of the following programs: hazardous waste, hazardous materials, petroleum oil and lubricant, pesticide, wastewater, water quality, air emissions, cultural resources, natural resources, other environmental issues, solid waste, storage tanks and toxic substances.
The program assessment is based on guidance from Air Force Instruction 32-7045 and the German Final Governing Standards (January 2003).
The 435th Civil Engineer Squadron Environmental Flight is the primary point of contact for the program.
For questions, people can call the following individuals at 480-5086/7712. Regarding hazardous materials, call Thomas Weber. Hazardous waste questions can be directed to Marian Zapala, and for ECAMP questions, call Sandra Rinder. For general questions, call Capt. Ann Doerhoff at 480-5086/7712. (Courtesy of 435th Civil Engineer Environmental Flight)