The GBS Group's environmental team provides assistance to NAVSEA’s Environmental Management and Policy Division in developing Navy/DOD standard operating procedures and environmental guidance documents for the Naval Warfare Centers; in benchmarking, measuring, and reporting ESOH program performance; in conducting formal audits/evaluations and monitoring implementation of EMS of NAVSEA facilities; and in developing/reviewing range assessment documents and reports to determine compliance with environmental laws, regulations and Navy/DOD policy.
We develop and design long-range plans related to hazardous material and environmental systems, such as oil pollution abatement systems, non-oily machinery waste-water systems, collection-holding and transfer systems, and Hazardous Material Minimization Center (HAZMINCEN) systems and equipment. Our team reviews spill contingency plans and logistics for oil and hazardous material spill response kits, and conduct engineering design/analyses for new technologies designed to reduce sources of hazardous waste streams.
GBS environmental engineers also supports NAVSEA, Fleet and other Navy/DOD Agencies and their overall environmental and hazardous materials programs – including ship design, engineering, safety, and supply chain management under a third SeaPort-e award. We also assist the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division, Ship Systems Engineering Station’s (NSWCCD-SSES) Hazardous Material and Environmental Pollution Control System Department with engineering, scientific, programmatic and Fleet operational expertise in the development and design of various technical systems and requirements.