Environmental Compliance and Services (EV1)
Providing technology development within the Environmental Compliance product line such as the Pollution Abatement Ashore, ESTCP, SERDP, and other environmental programs; supporting Navy commands in attaining and maintaining environmental compliance through innovative technology demonstration and implementation.
EV1 is responsible for technology development within the Environmental Compliance Product Line. This work is funded by the Navy Pollution Abatement Ashore (0817) program and other centrally operated technology programs including ESTCP, SERDP, and direct client reimbursable projects. We support Navy commands in attaining and maintaining environmental compliance through innovative technology demonstration and implementation
Navy Environmental Protection Support Service
EV1 supports NAVFAC Headquarters and higher-level commands through the Naval Environmental Protection Support Service (NEPSS). Our environmental experts provide technical expertise to various headquarters organizations within the Navy and DoD to ensure that new environmental regulations have minimal operation and cost impacts. Media areas include: Clean Water Act, Safe Drinking Water Act, Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, Clean Air Act, and spill prevention planning.
BROAD AGENCY ANNOUNCEMENT
Our Broad Agency Announcement (BAA) is a streamlined and flexible contracting approach. The goal is to identify a wide range of innovative environmental quality technologies and methodologies that are ready for field demonstration. Interested contractors can submit no more than a three page abstract, with up to ten pages of test data attached, describing how the proposed technology or methodology can be valuable to the Navy in cleanup, pollution prevention, compliance and natural resources conservation and sustainability, and climate change mitigation. Click this link to the BAA webpage for more information.
Oil Spill Equipment Program
We operate the Navy's central oil spill equipment program, thereby maintaining readiness to respond to spills. We track equipment requirements, annually, at Navy installations worldwide and procure needed equipment with OPN (Other Procurement, Navy) funds to maintain authorized levels at the installations. We also evaluate and implement new oil spill technologies.