MARINE CORPS AIR STATION  BEAUFORT

 

MARINE CORPS AIR STATION BEAUFORT

"The noise you hear is the sound of freedom"
NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENTAL AFFAIRS OFFICE

 

Mission Statement

The Natural Resources and Environmental Affairs Office (NREAO) is located in Building 601, S-4, Second Floor.

The Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Beaufort Natural Resources and Environmental Affairs Office (NREAO) mission is to protect and enhance the natural resources and the environment.  MCAS operates according to the Commanding Officer’s policy on environmental management and conservation issued by Col. Karl R. Arbogast.  It is Marine Corps policy to comply with all applicable environmental requirements and to protect and sustain our installation's natural and cultural resources in support of combat training and operational readiness.  This is accomplished by use of the Marine Corps Environmental Management System (EMS) to achieve environmental compliance, sustainability goals, and continually improve performance. The EMS “Plan, Do, Check, Act” cycle reduces risk to the mission and protects the health and safety of Marines, their families, and surrounding communities.

Public Outreach and Updates

 

 

Upcoming Events and Training
Event List
Monday, October 25, 2021 8:00 AM

The EM-101 and its annual refresher EM-201 were developed by the MCAS Beaufort Comprehensive Environmental
Training and Education Program (CETEP) Coordinator IAW MCO 5090.2 and ASO 5090.8B to comply with applicable
Federal and South Carolina State environmental laws and regulations and Marine Corps policy. The EM-101 is required
for all personnel (military, civilian and contractors) working aboard this installation in areas where personnel generate/handle
Hazardous, Non-RCRA Regulated, and Universal waste.
TRAINING REQUEST PROCEDURES:

  • Make sure that attendees are able to fill the billet for at least 1 year per MCO 5090.2 Vol 5 Ch 4.
  • Make sure that attendees have appointment letter signed by their CO’s prior to attending the EM-101.
  • Ensure that attendees have NO conflicts with the full training schedule.
  • OIC’s, SNCO’s or ECC’s need to submit requests via email to Leo Lozano (CETEP) at carlos.lozano@usmc.mil.
  • Use TRAINING REQUEST for the subject line to ensure a confirmation receipt.
  • Fill out the Training Request form and attach to email.
  • Call (843) 228-7884 to request a seat if you do not have email access.
Thursday, October 28, 2021 8:00 AM

The EM-101 and its annual refresher EM-201 were developed by the MCAS Beaufort Comprehensive Environmental
Training and Education Program (CETEP) Coordinator IAW MCO 5090.2 and ASO 5090.8B to comply with applicable
Federal and South Carolina State environmental laws and regulations and Marine Corps policy. The EM-101 is required
for all personnel (military, civilian and contractors) working aboard this installation in areas where personnel generate/handle
Hazardous, Non-RCRA Regulated, and Universal waste.
TRAINING REQUEST PROCEDURES:

  • Make sure that attendees are able to fill the billet for at least 1 year per MCO 5090.2 Vol 5 Ch 4.
  • Make sure that attendees have appointment letter signed by their CO’s prior to attending the EM-101.
  • Ensure that attendees have NO conflicts with the full training schedule.
  • OIC’s, SNCO’s or ECC’s need to submit requests via email to Leo Lozano (CETEP) at carlos.lozano@usmc.mil.
  • Use TRAINING REQUEST for the subject line to ensure a confirmation receipt.
  • Fill out the Training Request form and attach to email.
  • Call (843) 228-7884 to request a seat if you do not have email access.
Friday, October 29, 2021 8:00 AM

The EM-101 and its annual refresher EM-201 were developed by the MCAS Beaufort Comprehensive Environmental
Training and Education Program (CETEP) Coordinator IAW MCO 5090.2 and ASO 5090.8B to comply with applicable
Federal and South Carolina State environmental laws and regulations and Marine Corps policy. The EM-101 is required
for all personnel (military, civilian and contractors) working aboard this installation in areas where personnel generate/handle
Hazardous, Non-RCRA Regulated, and Universal waste.
TRAINING REQUEST PROCEDURES:

  • Make sure that attendees are able to fill the billet for at least 1 year per MCO 5090.2 Vol 5 Ch 4.
  • Make sure that attendees have appointment letter signed by their CO’s prior to attending the EM-101.
  • Ensure that attendees have NO conflicts with the full training schedule.
  • OIC’s, SNCO’s or ECC’s need to submit requests via email to Leo Lozano (CETEP) at carlos.lozano@usmc.mil.
  • Use TRAINING REQUEST for the subject line to ensure a confirmation receipt.
  • Fill out the Training Request form and attach to email.
  • Call (843) 228-7884 to request a seat if you do not have email access.
Monday, November 15, 2021 8:00 AM

The EM-101 and its annual refresher EM-201 were developed by the MCAS Beaufort Comprehensive Environmental
Training and Education Program (CETEP) Coordinator IAW MCO 5090.2 and ASO 5090.8B to comply with applicable
Federal and South Carolina State environmental laws and regulations and Marine Corps policy. The EM-101 is required
for all personnel (military, civilian and contractors) working aboard this installation in areas where personnel generate/handle
Hazardous, Non-RCRA Regulated, and Universal waste.
TRAINING REQUEST PROCEDURES:

  • Make sure that attendees are able to fill the billet for at least 1 year per MCO 5090.2 Vol 5 Ch 4.
  • Make sure that attendees have appointment letter signed by their CO’s prior to attending the EM-101.
  • Ensure that attendees have NO conflicts with the full training schedule.
  • OIC’s, SNCO’s or ECC’s need to submit requests via email to Leo Lozano (CETEP) at carlos.lozano@usmc.mil.
  • Use TRAINING REQUEST for the subject line to ensure a confirmation receipt.
  • Fill out the Training Request form and attach to email.
  • Call (843) 228-7884 to request a seat if you do not have email access.
Thursday, November 18, 2021 8:00 AM

The EM-101 and its annual refresher EM-201 were developed by the MCAS Beaufort Comprehensive Environmental
Training and Education Program (CETEP) Coordinator IAW MCO 5090.2 and ASO 5090.8B to comply with applicable
Federal and South Carolina State environmental laws and regulations and Marine Corps policy. The EM-101 is required
for all personnel (military, civilian and contractors) working aboard this installation in areas where personnel generate/handle
Hazardous, Non-RCRA Regulated, and Universal waste.
TRAINING REQUEST PROCEDURES:

  • Make sure that attendees are able to fill the billet for at least 1 year per MCO 5090.2 Vol 5 Ch 4.
  • Make sure that attendees have appointment letter signed by their CO’s prior to attending the EM-101.
  • Ensure that attendees have NO conflicts with the full training schedule.
  • OIC’s, SNCO’s or ECC’s need to submit requests via email to Leo Lozano (CETEP) at carlos.lozano@usmc.mil.
  • Use TRAINING REQUEST for the subject line to ensure a confirmation receipt.
  • Fill out the Training Request form and attach to email.
  • Call (843) 228-7884 to request a seat if you do not have email access.
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