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Public Works Department Corpus Christi employee retires

09/05/13

Corpus Christi, Texas – Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Southeast Public Works Department (PWD) Corpus Christi employee Arlan Andrews, Sr. retired August 23 after dedicating over 10 years of contractor and federal civil service to the U.S. Navy.

“One of my proudest achievements here includes the establishment of the Hazardous Waste Commodity Branch (HWCB),” said Andrews. “The HWCB was the brainchild of Ross Ybarra, Reynaldo Aleman and myself. We promoted the concept and after five years, it became a reality.”

This was a significant accomplishment because it allows the Navy to control all hazardous waste storage and disposal, and has prevented the recurrence of Notices of Violation.

“Arlan has been an excellent leader in our Environmental division and his expertise will be greatly missed,” said NAS CC Public Works Officer Cmdr. Amanda Brooks.

“NAVFAC Southeast, Public Works Department Corpus Christi and NAS Corpis Christi is losing an extremely valuable employee and team member.”

“One of my proudest achievements here includes the establishment of the Hazardous Waste Commodity Branch (HWCB),” said Andrews. “The HWCB was the brainchild of Ross Ybarra, Reynaldo Aleman and myself. We promoted the concept and after five years, it became a reality.”

This was a significant accomplishment because it allows the Navy to control all hazardous waste storage and disposal, and has prevented the recurrence of Notices of Violation.

“Arlan has been an excellent leader in our Environmental division and his expertise will be greatly missed,” said NAS CC Public Works Officer Cmdr. Amanda Brooks.

“NAVFAC Southeast, Public Works Department Corpus Christi and NAS Corpis Christi is losing an extremely valuable employee and team member.”

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