Facilitated environmental partnering
McConnell, Joseph J.
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This report concerns the evolution of Facilitated Environmental Partnering; of which the framework was developed in 1993 by the Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Southern Division (SOUTHDIV) in Charleston South Carolina, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Region IV, and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP). This process provides a formal way of conducting environmental work within a portion of the Navy, which has produced tremendous results. In 1995 Southern Division approached the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Region V concerning the successes they were obtaining using facilitated environmental partnering. In 1996 EPA Region V initiated a meeting in Chicago Illinois with the Navy, Army, Air Force, and Department of Interior for the Midwestern area of the United States. SOUTHDIV presented to the group the concept of facilitated environmental partnering. The intent was to see if there was any interest in establishing the partnering program in the Midwest area. Initially, the Army and Air Force decided to consider the matter further but eventually participated at a later time. The Great Lakes Environmental Department participated in the meeting as the representative for the Navy's Regional Environmental Coordinator (REC). As the Navy REC, Great Lakes was responsible for all Navy Environmental Issues in a six-state area. The Great Lakes environmental department already had a close working relationship with SOUTHDIV and was aware of the facilitated partnering program. As a result, the Navy immediately agreed to support the program and began efforts to implement it at several locations
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