The U.S. Air Force Environmental team is recognized as world leaders, with environmental stewardship woven into the heart of the Air Force mission. The Environmental Flight's mission is to support the Joint Base Andrews mission through sound environmental stewardship.
Our promise is to provide environmental leadership and guidance across the installation, to empower Joint Base Andrews and America's Airmen to reduce risks to human health and the environment while fostering sound environmental stewardship in all mission areas.
Click here for JBA's Complete Environmental Policy
The Four Pillars
The four pillars of the Air Force environmental mission are quality, conservation and planning, pollution prevention, and restoration.
The Environmental Flight works with all elements of the base, regulatory agencies and the community to ensure the job gets done in a sustainable manner. By working cooperatively, the Andrews team will continue to comply with environmental laws, preserve the natural environment, and accomplish its Global Airlift mission.
The hard working dedication of the Andrews Environmental Team was recognized with the 2004 Environmental Flight of the Year Award in Air Mobility Command.
2018 Water Quality Report - June 2019
SS-28 Final Proposed Plan - March 2019
Draft CCC EA - Oct. 2018
Draft CCC FONSI - Oct. 2018
2017 Water Report
Joint Base Andrews Air Installations Compatible Use Zones study - Feb. 2018
Joint Base Andrews Performance-Based Restoration Feasibility Study SS-28 - Aug. 2017
Joint Base Andrews seeks public input on environmental community outreach - Dec 2017
Final Environmental Assessment for the Piscataway Creek mitigation site - May 2016
Final - Environmental Assessment for Taxiway Whiskey Supplemental Projects - Sept 2015 Environmental Assessment (EA) Airfield Storm Drainage System Repair - 2015 Joint Base Andrews 2014 Water Quality Report - June 2015 2014 Annual Consumer Water Quality Reports Now Available - June 2015 Final Environmental Assessment MD 4 at Suitland Parkway Interchange Construction - March 2015 Final Environmental Assessment for the 21-Point Enclosed Firing Range - March 2015 Integrated Natural Resources Management Plan - 2014 Environmental Assessment for the Expansion and Consolidation of the Base Exchange - Aug 2013 Final Remedial Investigation Report Site SS-28 - June 2013
Final Supplemental Environmental Assessment for the Proposed Construction of POV Parking for the 113th Wing - May 2013
Final Installation Development Environmental Assessment at Joint Base Andrews - April 2013 Final Environmental assessment for Replacement of Taxiway Sierra, Taxiway Whiskey, Pad 12 and Pad 13 at Joint Base Andrews - April 2013 Final Environmental Assessment for the Construction and Operation of a Battalion Headquarters for the U.S. Army Priority Air Transport at Joint Base Andrews - Dec 2012 Final Environmental Assessment for Stormwater System Repair and Upgrades at Joint Base Andrews - May 2012 Final Supplemental Env. Assessment for the Ambulatory Care Center - June 2011 Environmental Assessment for General Plan Update - April 2011 Andrews Arbor Plan - 2011 Mattawoman EA Narrative
Proposed Plan Spill Site 01 Remedial Action
Joint Base Andrews Environmental Restoration Program
Historical methods of hazardous waste disposal at Air Force sites across the country have created a legacy of environmental impacts. The Environmental Restoration Program was established to identify, assess, investigate, and clean up existing contamination on the base. The process is based on the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act, as well as the National Oil and Hazardous Substances Contingency Plan.
Joint Base Andrews was listed on the National Priorities List in 1999, which spurred on major changes in the manner in which Andrews pursues environmental restoration. Andrews is pursuing a comprehensive approach to restoring affected areas and ensuring beneficial reuse of natural resources. The Andrews Restoration team works closely with its regulatory partners, consisting of the US EPA, Maryland Department of Environment, and the Prince George's County Health Department, to achieve its goals. Scientists and engineers are using innovative and cost-effective strategies to remediate contamination from petroleum and a variety of hazardous substances.
For a list of fact sheets for restoration sites, click here.
For more information on ERP, click here.
To access the Air Force Administrative Record, click here.
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