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Resource Management: Multiple Locations and Haulers. Keith J. Driscoll & Lauren Belmonte Environmental Affairs MA Military Division- MAARNG. MAARNG FACILITIES . Facilities Joint Force Headquarters : 1 Armories : 35 Facility Maintenance Shops : 8 Warehouse: 1 Aviation Facilities : 2.

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resource management multiple locations and haulers

Resource Management: Multiple Locations and Haulers

Keith J. Driscoll & Lauren Belmonte

Environmental Affairs

MA Military Division- MAARNG

maarng facilities
MAARNG FACILITIES

Facilities

Joint Force Headquarters: 1 Armories: 35

Facility Maintenance Shops: 8 Warehouse: 1

Aviation Facilities: 2

Camp Edwards: 14,196 Acres

13,450 Training Area, 746 Cantonment

Buildings: ~1,240

Average Yearly Tonnage: 90

Camp Curtis Guild: 893 Acres

878 Training Area, 15 Cantonment

Buildings: 50

Average Yearly Tonnage: 40

getting started
Getting Started
  • Solid Waste Compliance Regulations
    • Army Regulation 200-1 (Environmental Protection and Enhancement)
    • Executive Order’s 13514 and 484 (50% diversion by 2015)
    • 310 CMR 19.00 Solid Waste Facility Regulations
    • Department of Defense Pollution Prevention and Compliance Metrics
    • Environmental Management Systems (EO 13148)
      • Objectives and Targets (Based on EO 13514)
  • Compliance Mechanism
    • Integrated Solid Waste Management Plan
      • Evaluation of facilities
      • Identifying waste streams (C&D, Cardboard, Paper, Plastic, Metals, Solid Wastes, Food)
      • Recommendations for continual improvement
        • Resource Management Plan
  • DEP guidance (RM Template)
resource management plan development
Resource Management Plan Development

Challenges

  • Multiple Locations
  • Federal vs. State
    • Invoicing
    • Fiscal Years (Fed: Oct-Sep, State: July-June)
  • Nature of the Massachusetts Army National Guard
  • “Top-down” support
    • Chain of Command
  • Mind set (Behavior change)
  • Communication/ education and awareness
    • Transient nature
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Resource Management Plan Development

Request for Proposal (RFP) Development

  • Regional breakdown
    • West, Central, North East, South East, Camp Edwards
  • Site visit opportunities for bidders
    • Representative sites
      • Armory
      • Armory and FMS
      • Individual Training Areas (CCG, Camp Edwards, Rehoboth)
  • Evaluation criteria:
    • Resource Management Experience/Knowledge
    • Trash, Recycling and Diversion Tracking and Reporting
    • Cost
    • Internal Sustainability Practices and Policies
rm progress status
RM Progress/Status
  • Three contractors
    • Different Reporting and tracking systems
    • Varying Revenue and Cost Sharing Rates
    • Varying levels of service due to RM experience
  • Improved Record Keeping
    • Established accurate baseline
    • Solid Waste Annual Reporting (SWARWeb)
    • Installation Status Report (ISR)
  • Relationship with contractors (Partnership)
  • Command Group (management) support
  • Awareness training
  • Continual improvement- setting clear and attainable goals
  • Contract extensions
    • Re-evaluation (performance and cost savings)
maarng resource management
MAARNG Resource Management

Questions?

Lauren Belmonte

Massachusetts Army National Guard

25 Haverhill Street

Reading, MA

[email protected]

508-233-7645

Keith J. Driscoll

Massachusetts Army National Guard

2 Randolph Road

Hanscom Air Force Base

[email protected]

339-202-3980

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