NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic

Hazardous Waste


For Naval installations in the hampton Roads area (except for the NNSY who have their own environmental program), this commodity is responsible for managing hazardous material and hazardous waste transport and disposal services that comply with applicable federal, state and local regulations.

Trained personnel are able to assist clients in identifying, packaging, labeling, marking, tranferring, segregating and profiling their hazardous/waste streams.

They maintain environmentally secure transfer, storage and disposal facilities (TSDFs) within the region.

Can provide initial incident spill response, containment and clean-up services for hazardous materials and hazardous waste for client activities in the Hampton Roads Area. See Spill Response.

All wastes must first be screened by FISC for reuse prior to disposal.

Clients will need a valid Job Order Number (JON), the Unit Identification Code (UIC) and a properly completed Department of Defense (DiD) Form 1348 turn-in document.

Complete directions for disposal programs can be found in Hazardous Materials, Hazardous Waste Minimization, Reutilization and Disposal Guide. The guide gives practical guidance for the management of many common hazardous materials/waste streams and includes points of contact, phone numbers, and directions for completing DOD Form 1348 turn-in documents.

Please ensure the proper segregation of wastes. If you are ujnsure hpw to manage a particular waste, please contact the Profile Chemist.

For client services such as non-routine work, new work, complaints or commendations please contact the Hazardous Wastes' Technical Representative.

For policy guidance in the handling of hazardous materials/wastes at Naval Weapons Station Yorktown (NWS), Cheatham Annex, Naval Air Station Oceana (NASO), Dam Neck Annex, Naval Security Group Northwest, Naval Auxiliary Landing Field Fentress, and Dare County Bombing Range, please contact the PWC Regional Environmental Group's Hazardous Waste Program Manager.

For policy guidance in the handling of hazardous materials/wastes at St. Julien's Creek Annex, Scott's Creek Annex, Craney Island Fuel Depot (CIFD), Norfolk Naval Base (NB) and Naval Amphibious Base Little Creek (NABLC), please contact the NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic Regional Environmental Group's Hazardous Waste Program Manager.


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