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B.)Paper Recycling Programs Results


The implementation of a recycling program with Tobey School/Revamp is currently in progress. An initial meeting with Tobey School/Revamp has taken place and an awareness presentation and informative posters have been created. As soon as awareness has increased and participation by SMR staff has been guaranteed, this program will be ready for implementation. All that is required for this to being is a phone call to Tobey School/Revamp. Totes will then be delivered, and paper will be recycled.

technical evaluation


An estimated 52,800 lbs of waste paper is generated annually and disposed of in the same manner are “regular” garbage (i.e. in dumpsters and transported to landfills or incinerators). Based on this estimate, recycling waste paper could potentially increase the percentage of solid waste diverted to recycle from 43% to 71%, which would place NHARNG far above the present goal required by the DoD. The potential impact of paper recycling is illustrated by the following chart.



Figure 9: Potential Impact of Paper Recycling

In order for this program to be successful absolute participation is required of all staff members working at the SMR. Participation is as simple as separating used paper into three categories, white office paper and envelopes, mixed colored paper and envelopes, and newspaper and magazines, and consciously placing it in the appropriate recycling bins. Different colored bins will be used to indicate the appropriate type of paper to be place in that particular colored bin. In addition to small recycling bins, large recycling totes will utilized to collect the recycled paper from all the small recycling bins when they become full and must be emptied.

The distribution of large recycling totes in the various buildings on the SMR is given in the following table.

Table 8: Distribution of Recycling Bins


Building

Number of Totes

Size (gal)

Building

Number of Totes

Size (gal)

USP&FO

1

75

Building B

1

75

Counterdrug

1

75

CSMS Annex

1

20

Building C

1

75

CSMS

1

75

Building T

4

95

AASF

1

20

Building 57

2

95

USP&FO Warehouse

2

95

Building F

1

95

Armory

1

95

Economic Evaluation


Currently Tobey School/Revamp provides all the necessary large totes as well as their recycling services free of charge. All the small totes required to re-establish this program were purchased when paper recycling was previously implemented.

Implementation Costs: None.

Recurring Costs: None.

Recurring Cost Savings: Recurring cost savings are dependent upon the volume of paper that is diverted from the solid waste stream. The more paper recycled, the less contracted dumpsters needed for disposal.

Payback Period: Immediate


VIII.)Future Recommendations


The recommendations that I would make for NHARNG arise directly from the difficulties encountered throughout the course of this internship. The most challenging aspect of writing the P2 plan for the NHARNG was collecting data, specifically quantities. Attempting to collect data was frustrating and often unrewarding, like not finding a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow. NHARNG records were very difficult and sometimes impossible to attain. Often direct contact to NHARNG contractors was the only affective means to acquire the necessary data. For instance, when researching the non-tactical fuel usage, NHARNG did not have any traceable internal records regarding the amount of fuel used or even the cost. GSA had to be directly contacted to ascertain this information. In situations where there were no records at all, very crude approximations were necessary to quantify certain waste streams, such as the amount of “regular” garbage generated annually.

In regards to these difficulties, my primary recommendation for NHARNG is to establish a set of procedures to ensure that records of the waste streams addressed in the P2 plan are kept up to date. This will enable NHARNG to recognize trends in their environmental practices and establish the necessary P2 programs to achieve their goals.

I would imagine that the future development of an Environmental Management System (EMS) will facilitate NHARNG’s endeavors. In conclusion, it is my hope that the P2 plan developed as a result of this internship will become a “living” document that is continuously referenced, updated, and allowed to grow as NHARNG improves their environmental practices through pollution prevention.

IX.)List of Contacts


Eileen Chabot

State Environmental Specialist

NHARNG – Environmental Office

57 Regional Drive

Concord, NH 03301

Phone: 603-225-1211

e-mail: eileen.chabot@nh.ngb.army.mil

Re: Supervisor, office check-in, point of contact


MSG Richard LaFlamme

Environmental Protection Specialist

NHARNG – Environmental Office

57 Regional Drive

Concord, NH 03301

Phone: 603-225-1333

e-mail: richard.laflamme@nh.ngb.army.mil

Re: office staff, TRI, EPA priority chemicals info


Mr. Jason Weaver

ETSS


NHARNG – Environmental Office

57 Regional Drive

Concord, NH 03301

603-227-1411

jason.weaver@nh.ngb.army.mil

Re: office staff, computer information


Ms. Muriel Lajoie

Hazardous Waste Manager

NHARNG – Environmental Office

57 Regional Drive

Concord, NH 03301

603-227-1434

muriel.lajoie@nh.ngb.army.mil

Re: office staff, hazardous waste info


Mr. Zachary Boyajin

Environmental Program Manager

NHARNG – Environmental Office

57 Regional Drive

Concord, NH 03301

603-227-1439

zachary.boyajin@nh.ngb.army.mil

Re: office staff, pesticide use


SPC Stephanie Roberts

NHARNG-HQ

SMR Building F - DCISM

Concord, NH 03301

603-228-1135 x1500

stephanie.roberts@nh.ngb.army.mil

Re: ID cards
SPC Matthew Dupuis

NHARNG – USPFO

State Military Reservation

DOIM


603-225-1385

matthew.dupuis@nh.ngb.army.mil

Re: Computer logon, e-mail capabilities
SGT Roger Prive

NHARNG


603-225-1290

robert.prive@nh.ngb.army.mil

Re: AASF site contact
Ms. Karen Hallenborg

NHARNG – Supply

603-225-1358

karen.hallenborg@nh.ngb.army.mil

Re: State Maintenance Shop Site Contact
1SG Kevin Reynolds

NHARNG – USPFO Warehouse

603-225-1216

kevin.reynolds@nh.ngb.army.mil

Re: USPFO Warehouse Site Contact
SSG Randy Dockham

NHARNG – OMS #2

Littleton, NH

603-444-2387

randy.dockham@nh.ngb.army.mil

Re: OMS #2 Site Contact


MSG Mike Dignard

NHARNG – OMS #3

Somersworth, NH

603-692-4693

michael.dignard@nh.ngb.army.mil

Re: OMS #3 Site Contact


CW2 Michael Tkacz

NHARNG – OMS #4

Manchester, NH

603-627-6299

michael.tkacz@nh.ngb.army.mil

Re: OMS #4 Site Contact


SFC Dennis MacKenzie

NHARNG – OMS #5

Hillsboro, NH

603-464-0226

dennis.mackenzie@nh.ngb.army.mil

Re: OMS #5 Site Contact


CW2 George Spaulding

NHARNG – NHNGTS Mgr

Center Strafford, NH

603-225-1353

george.spaulding@nh.ngb.army.mil

Re: NHARNG Training Site Contact


SFC Spence Wilber

NHARNG – USPFO

Concord, NH

603-225-1359

spencer.wilber@nh.ngb.army.mil

Re: Affirmative Procurement


MSG Jim Muhnisky

Joint Operation

SMR – Concord, NH

(603) 227-1533

jimmy.muhnisky@nh.ngb.army.mil
Dave Nylund

Air National Guard – Environmental Manager

Portsmouth, NH

(603) 430-2366

david.nylund@nhpeas.ang.af.mil

Re: Antifreeze Recycling


Colleen Schwalbe

P2 Specialist – NHDES

Concord, NH 03301

(603) 271-0878

Re: Contaminated Antifreeze
Tom Phenix

Advanced Liquid Recycling, Inc.

Newington, NH

(603) 817-0591

Re: Off-Site Antifreeze Recycling
Ken Herman

KFM Corporation

Anderson, SC 29621

ken@kfmllc.com

Re: On-Site Antifreeze Recycling
Judy Chen

SMR – Accounting

Concord, NH 03301

(603) 225-1366

judy.chen@nh.ngb.army.mil

Re: Dumpster contract


Linda McCormack

SMR – Accounting

Concord, NH 03301

linda.mccormack@nh.ngb.army.mil

Re: Wastewater information

MAJ Wayne Kreiensieck

CSMS Foreman – CSMS, SMR

Concord, NH 03301

(603) 228-1135 x1297

wayne.kreiensieck@nh.ngb.army.mil

Re: CSMS Site Visit
CW4 Thomas LaPierre

CSMS – SMR

Concord, NH 03301

(603) 228-1135 x1312

Thomas.lapierre@nh.ngb.army.mil

Re: CSMS Site Visit


SGT Brian McKay

AASF – SMR

Concord, NH 03301

(603) 228-1135 x1290

brian.mckay@nh.ngb.army.mil

Re: AASF Site Visit


LTC Daniel Saucier

CSMS – SMR

Concord, NH 03301

(603) 228-1135 x1231

daniel.saucier@nh.ngb.army.mil

Re: Antifreeze Recycling Presentation


CW2 David Clemons

CMSM


SMR – Concord, NH

(603) 225-1392

david.clemons@nh.ngb.army.mil
SFC Wesley Rand

CSMS


SMR – Concord, NH

(603) 228-1135 x1299

weseley.rand@nh.ngb.army.mil
SFC Stephen Dyment

CSMS


SMR – Concord, NH

(603) 228-1135 x1539

stephen.dyment@nh.ngb.army.mil
Wanda Kula

Revamp, Inc.

Concord, NH

(603) 228-5211


CW5 Richard Plante

USPFO Purchasing & Contracting Office

Concord, NH

(603)228-1135

richard.plante@ngb.nh.army.mil
Mr. Duane Vallee

GSA


Hooksett, NH

(603)666-7956

Re: Non-tactical fuel usage
Tom Phoenix

Regional Representative

Advanced Liquid Recycling, Inc.

Meriden, CT

(800) 637-0917

tphoenix@unitedindustrialservices.com


Bill Green

Jim Welch

Territory Manager

W. H. Shurtleff Company

South Portland, ME

bgreen@whshurtleff.com


Mark Lennon

The Institution Recycling Network

Concord, NH

1-866-229-1962

mlennon@ir-network.com
Richard Smith

Maintenance Manager

NHNGTS

(603)228-1135, x4703



Center Strafford, NH

RE: Training Site Visit



X.)references


  1. Air Emissions Inventory and Air Toxics Compliance Determination: Concord and Manchester, New Hampshire submitted by AMEC Earth & Environmental Westford, Massachusetts April 2002.

  2. Army Environmental Center, P2 Program, AP – http://aec.army.mil/usaec/p2/app00.html

  3. Consolidated Recycling. http://www.chem-group.com/consolidated.html

  4. Energy Audit of Army National Guard Facilities: State of New Hampshire, performed by AMEC Lakewood, Colorado July 2003.

  5. Environmental Policy, 2 April 2003. John J. Weeden BG, NHARNG Assistant Adjutant General.

  6. GSA Affirmative Procurement Program (3/18/03) http://www.gsa.gov/Portal/offerings_content.jsp?channelID=-13905&programID=10905

  7. GSA Fleet Inventory, prepared by Duane Vallee July 16, 2003

  8. Guide to Preparing Ozone-Depleting Chemical Elimination Plans for Installations prepared by Mr. David A. Koehler, Senior Pollution Prevention Engineer and Army ODC Elimination Project Manager Alexandria, Virginia. January 1999.

  9. Johnson, Sarah. E-mail correspondence P2 Program Manager, NH DES

  10. Luther, Robert. Email correspondence, NGB-ARE P2 Program Manager July 16, 2003

  11. New Hampshire Army National Guard Ozone-Depleting Chemical Elimination Certification prepared by Roy F. Weston, inc. December 2000.

  12. NHARNG-FM-EV Website – Pest Management Program

  13. NHARNG FY03 Strategic Plan

  14. NHARNG Waste Manifests CY 2000-2003

  15. Wilber, Spencer. E-mail correspondence regarding Antifreeze Recycling, Friday, August 01, 2003

  16. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Waste Minimization: Priority Chemicals http://www.epa.gov/epaoswer/hazwaste/minimize/chemilist.htm


XI.)Appendices



A.)NHARNG P2 Equipment




Figure 10: Antifreeze Recycling Machine

NHARNG owns one Antifreeze Recycling Machine which resides at the CSMS.





Figure 11: Aqueous Parts Washer (inside)

All maintenance shops are equipped with Aqueous Parts Washers.





Figure 12: Secondary Containment Area

Only Littleton OMS #2 and Hillsboro OMS #5 are currently equipped with secondary containment area for storage of their fueling truck tanks.





Figure 13: Filter Crusher

All maintenance shops are equipped with Filter Crushers, with the exception of Hillsboro OMS #5.





Figure 14: Aerosol Can Puncturing Machine

All maintenance shops are equipped with Aerosol Can Puncturing Machines.


B.)Site Visit Checklist

C.) Paper Recycling Awareness Poster


1 Approximations are based on FY 2002 waste manifests.

2 List taken from Consolidated Recycling’s website: http://www.chem-group.com/consolidated.html

3 Wilber, Spencer. E-mail correspondence regarding Antifreeze Recycling, Friday, August 01, 2003

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