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USAEC

United States Atomic Energy Commission.
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(18) DOD and federal environmental training is available at the USAEC Web site at, <https://aec.army.mil/Opportunities /Training/DODandFederal.aspx>, accessed on 21 June 2017.
(2) The USAEC leads and executes environmental programs and provides environmental expertise that enables Army training, operations, acquisition, and sustainable military communities.
Guinivan is a registered professional engineer with the USAEC and is the NDCEE program manager.
USAEC also has made improvements in project execution.
USAEC is directly subordinate to IMCOM in the Army environmental structure.
Eight different remedial options were evaluated by the USAEC before they selected an in situ bioremediation technique using Emulsified Oil Substrate (EOS[R]) from Solutions-IES, Incorporated.
And, to permit many of the old structures to continue to be used, many had been fitted with reusable modern siding, double-paned windows and heating and air-conditioning systems, said Edward Engbert, a USAEC solid-waste technology specialist.
(assisted by ODEP, the US Army Environmental Center (USAEC), and the
Houston, Cynthia, "Army Plans 21 st Century Environmental Transformation," USAEC Environmental Update, (http://www.hqda.army.mil), Spring 2001.
The Army assigned the US Army Environmental Center (USAEC) the primary responsibility for completing the inventory for all active, base realignment and closure (BRAC), excess property, Formerly Used Defense Sites (FUDS), and state-owned and -operated National Guard Bureau installations, as required by the 2002 National Defense Act.
For specific examples of how various installations have used performance-based contracting, see the US Army Environmental Center (USAEC) Web site at <http://aec.army.mil/usaec/cleanup/pbc00.html>.