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2. DATE FY 1983 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DATA AIR FORCE 3. INSTALLATION AND LOCATION

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10. DESCRIPTION OF PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION Vapor control system for JP-4 tanks and fill stands. All electrical, structural and mechanical alterations required to provide an effective functional facility. 11. REQUIREMENT: As Required. PROJECT: Provide vapor control system to meet environmental requirements of state and local clean air laws. REQUIREMENT : The Clean Air Act Amendments of 1977, PL 95-95, make Federal establishments subject to state and local substantive and procedural rules and regulations. The South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) Rule 463 requires vapor control for underground JP-4 fuel storage tanks in excess of 39,600 gallons when the true vapor pressure exceeds 1.5 psi absolute. This condition occurs when the fuel temperature exceeds 70.F, which normally happens at Norton Air Force Base during the months of June through October. CURRENT SITUATION: Particularly through the months of June through October, the temperature in the underground JP-4 fuel tanks exceeds 70.F, thus violating local air pollution law. Norton Air Force Base is presently operating under a variance to SCAQMD Rule 463, with the variance expiring on 31 December 1982. After the expiration of the variance, the assessment of a fine for violation of the law is possible. IMPACT IF NOT PROVIDED: Either Norton Air Force Base would be ordered to cease using its JP-4 fuel facilities, or the base would continue to violate (possibly with fines) local and state laws.

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2. DATE FY 19_83 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DATA AIR FORCE 3 INSTALLATION AND LOCATION

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Water Pollution Abatement...

14,900 10 DESCRIPTION OF PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION The work includes the collection, treatment, and disposal of industrial and sanitary wastes. 11.

REQUIREMENT : As Required. PROJECT: Provision for water pollution abatement through the construction or upgrade of collection, treatment and disposal facilities for industrial and sanitary wastes, improved connection to regional/municipal wastewater systems, and water supply treatment. REQUIREMENT: A continuing Air Force program is required for correcting, controlling and preventing water pollution to comply with federal, state and local regulations. All projects in this program comply with requirements of installation permits of the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) or Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) Plans. CURRENT SITUATION: Wastewater treatment and disposal systems at existing facilities were constructed to comply with wastewater quality standards then existing. As these standards became more stringent, existing wastewater treatment and water quality protection provisions at these Air Force installations became inadequate. This request provides six water pollution a batement projects and will allow compliance with current applicable standards. IMPACT IF NOT PROVIDED: Pollution of ground and surface waters will continue in violation of current regulations.

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REGIONAL SEWER CONNECTION:
Connect to Bay County Regional Wastewater
Treatment Plant. Effluent from base sew-
age treatment is consistently in violation
of Florida standards. Bay County Plant is
located on Tyndall AFB under a lease agree-
ment with the Air Force. Lease provides
for a no-cost connection by the base to
the plant. This project provides for a
force main to connect the existing ba se
sewage treatment plant to the county plant
and some rehabilitation of the existing
primary settling section of the base plant
to meet county pre-treatment requirements.

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