Protecting the Environment

The four pillars of the Air Force environmental mission are quality, conservation and planning, pollution prevention, and restoration.

The Environmental office 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 Andersen team will continue to comply with environmental laws, preserve the natural environment, and accomplish its mission.

Environmental News

  • Andersen housing demolition project begins

    The 36 Civil Engineering Squadron is beginning a 164-unit housing demolition project in the next few weeks. During demolition, contractors will be driving their trucks for disposal of debrism through the following two routes:1. From the front gate to Marianas Drive, Polynesian Drive, Papaya Drive

  • Team Andersen goes greener with reforestation of endangered species habitat

    Team Andersen members put in some time and effort toward completing a green initiative on Andersen Air Force Base April 12. The results were, in fact, a little greener as the nearly 20 volunteers worked with the 36th Civil Engineer Squadron and the Guam National Wildlife Refuge on maintaining a

  • AFRC, 506th EARS relocated for building demolition

    The 36th Civil Engineer Squadron and private contractors began demolition of a section of Bldg. 21000 Nov. 5.Various organizations previously working out of the building were dispersed permanently across Andersen to utilize empty square footage in other buildings and to save energy. The project

  • Service members help to give facelift to bus stops

    Fifteen Marines and sailors from Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 115 and Strike Fighter Squadron 94 completed maintenance and upkeep on several bus stops here Oct. 19. The purpose of the project was to provide an opportunity for residents to see another side of armed forces as members of a larger

  • Environmental management system to undergo audit

    A team of 14 auditors is scheduled to conduct an environmental management system audit to evaluate how well the EMS has been implemented on Andersen, Aug. 31 through Sept. 9.The EMS emerged in the early 1990s to provide organizations with a proactive, systematic approach for managing potential

  • Guam delegation tours Marine Corps training area

    Governor Eddie Baza Calvo and a delegation of Guam legislatures including Senators Frank Blas Jr., Judith Guthertz DPA, and Rory Respicio saw a firing range and other facilities first-hand at a tour of Marine Corps Base Quantico, VA., March 2. The orientation included an aerial tour from a Marine

  • Northwest Field critical to training, ecosystem

    Andersen Air Force Base's Northwest Field has, over the years, become a critical training asset to support current operations.Along with essential contingency training, the area is also important to the future of Guam's ecosystem, with several endangered species calling the area home.Northwest Field

  • Andersen wraps up ESOHCAMP 2008

    Andersen wrapped up the 2008 external Environmental Safety Occupational Health Compliance Assessment Management Program with an out brief to wing leaders March 5. Led by Col. Kelli Ballengee, the Pacific Air Force's bioenvironmental engineer and 23 assessors, the ESOHCAMP ran from Feb. 25-29. The

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