1995 CPEO Military List Archive

From: Lenny Siegel <lsiegel@igc.org>
Date: Mon, 06 Mar 1995 14:05:55 -0800 (PST)
Reply: cpeo-military
Subject: GAO Studies

 A recent study by the U.S. General Accounting Office 
provides an unusual amount of specific information on cleanup 
programs at six military bases. "Environmental Cleanup: Case 
Studies of Six High Priority DOD Installations," reviews 
contamination problems, cleanup options, the regulatory process, 
funding, and the staffing situation at the multi-base Pearl Harbor 
Navy Complex (Hawaii) and five additional bases, all of which 
contain at least one major property on the Superfund "National 
Priorities List." The five other bases include two of the military most 
expensive cleanup challenges, Mclellan Air Force Base (Sacramento, 
California) and the Army's Aberdeen Proving Ground (Maryland). 
The remaining three installations covered are McChord Air Force 
Base (Tacoma, Washington), Fort Wainwright (U.S. Army, Alaska), 
and the Schofield Barracks (U.S. Army, Hawaii).

 "Environmental Cleanup: Case Studies of Six High Priority 
DOD Installations," was published in November, 1994 as 
GAO/NSIAD-95-8. Like other GAO reports, it can be ordered 
(single copies are free) by calling 202/512-6000 or sending a fax to 

Lenny Siegel

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