Marines


Environmental Affairs
Environmental Affairs provides the resources and expertise that allow the Combat Center to consider all aspects of the environment in the planning and implementation of advanced training and exercises, while fulfilling the role as stewards of the environment.

Mission

The Environmental Affairs (EA) Division is staffed with experts in the fields of environmental management and conservation. These individuals are devoted to providing the resources and expertise that allow the Combat Center to consider all aspects of the environment in the planning and implementation of advanced training and exercises, while fulfilling the role as stewards of the environment.



America Recycles Day

Do your part to support America Recycles Day on November 15th by placing these items into your designated recycling bin or recycling dumpster for pickup.

NO. 1 Plastics
CRV Plastic (soda/water bottles). Prep: quick rinse - no lids.

NO. 2 Plastics
Milk/water jugs, juice bottles. Prep: quick rinse - no lids.

Glass
Clear/brown/green. Prep: empty and rinse out food and beverage residue.

Aluminum and Steel Cans
Prep: empty and rinse out food and beverage residue

Paper and Cardboard Products
Copy paper, white ledger paper, shredded paper, newspaper, magazines and cardboard.

Environmental Affairs thanks you for doing your part and supporting America Recycles Day! For more information please contact Base Recycling at 760.830.5666 or visit www.green29.org.

Environmental Restoration at MCAGCC 29 Palms

GET INVOLVED by taking a short Survey
only AVAILABLE May 1-31, 2022

Survey in English: https://www.research.net/r/29PalmsWeb2022
Encuesta en espaƱol: https://es.research.net/r/9Q9KYRQ
Thank you for doing your part to support Environmental Restoration here at MCAGCC!

Why is the Navy doing this Survey?
The Navy is updating its Community Involvement Plan (CIP) for MCAGCC. They would like to better understand community interests and concerns about the Navy's environmental cleanup here at Twentynine Palms. In addition, the Navy would like to learn more about the best ways to share information with people who live and work on and around the base. The electronic survey will be conducted during the month of May 2022. Survey results will be used during the Navy's upcoming update of the MCAGCC 29 Palms Environmental Restoration Program's Community Involvement Plan.

For more information about Environmental Restoration, please contact MCAGCC's Environmental Restoration Program Manager at 760.830.7722

contacts

Director 760-830-5675
Deputy 760-830-7688
Compliance Support Branch 760-830-4183
          CETEP 760-830-8238
          Compliance Inspectors 760-830-8239
760-830-6603
760-830-8235
          EMS 760-830-4183
Pollution Prevention 760-830-7695
           Air 760-830-8480
          Tanks 760-830-8361
          Water 760-830-7883
Environmental Restoration 760-830-7722
Natural and Cultural Resources, 760-830-5200

Archeology and Paleontology Curation Center
Building 1091

Public Hours:
Tuesday - Friday
0800-1200 or by appointment

Collections Manager, 760-830-1196
Hazardous Waste Management Branch 760-830-5403
Qualified Recycling and Solid Waste Program 760-830-5666
Range Residue Turn-in 760-830-0302
NEPA 760-830-8190
Admin 760-830-7634

 

Emergency Contacts

Spill Reporting and Response 760-401-9841
Wildlife Response 760-830-5719
760-830-5717
760-830-5720
Water Conservation 760-830-SAVE (7283)
All numbers: DSN 230
 
Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms