Figure C-1. Unit environmental SOP (continued)

This SOP is an example of a unit environmental SOP. Because each installation has different local, state, or HN requirements, this SOP must be modified based on consultation with the installation's environmental staff. The SOP is divided into six sections (maintenance, supply, NBC, communication, field-mess operations, and operations/training) which correspond to the typical unit organization (see ). Units should extract these sections and incorporate them into the appropriate section of its own SOP. Alternatively, a unit may use this sample as a guide in developing a stand-alone environmental SOP. While this approach elevates the visibility and importance of environmental issues and procedures, unit personnel in specific functional areas may overlook the information. A sample spill-response plan, list of recommended equipment that should be maintained in the unit/activity spill kit, and instructions for using the electronic spill report message formats can be found in (see ), (see ), and (see ), respectively.

Figure C-1. Unit environmental SOP (continued)

Figure C-1. Unit environmental SOP (continued)

Figure C-1. Unit environmental SOP (continued)

That is patently not the case. Nor will growing an extra 4 million trees, as has already been mentioned, replace the irreplaceable. That is an environmental sop.

Figure C-1. Unit environmental SOP (continued)

Figure C-1. Unit environmental SOP (continued)
Figure C-1. Unit environmental SOP (continued)

Figure C-1. Unit environmental SOP (continued)

Figure C-1. Unit environmental SOP (continued)

Figure C-1. Unit environmental SOP (continued)

Figure C-1. Unit environmental SOP (continued)

This SOP is an example of a unit environmental SOP