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Air Force environmental conservation efforts progressing at AEDCAir Force environmental conservation efforts progressing at AEDC
Air Force environmental conservation efforts progressing at AEDC

Doug Richards and Charles Wilkerson, with the AEDC Services Recycling Program crush steel drums for recycling at the Complex processing center. (Photo by Rick Goodfriend)
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Posted: 4/27/2015

Air Force environmental conservation efforts progressing at AEDCAir Force environmental conservation efforts progressing at AEDC
Air Force environmental conservation efforts progressing at AEDC

AEDC employee Kraig Smith (center) demonstrates the use of the new Earth Machine compost bins to the Compost at AEDC program volunteers. Funded by an Air Force Innovation Grant, the natural decomposition compost program helps AEDC personnel reduce the amount of compostable items delivered to the landfill from AEDC. (Photo by Jacqueline Cowan)
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Posted: 4/27/2015

Air Force environmental conservation efforts progressing at AEDCAir Force environmental conservation efforts progressing at AEDC
Air Force environmental conservation efforts progressing at AEDC

AEDC employee Clare Zisk (right) registers for the Compost at AEDC program during a meeting in February. Funded by an Air Force Innovation Grant, the natural decomposition compost program helps AEDC personnel reduce the amount of compostable items delivered to the landfill from AEDC. Also pictured is AEDC compost manager Annie Clements (left) and AEDC employee Tim White. (Photo by Jacqueline Cowan)
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Posted: 4/27/2015

Steel drums now included in AEDC’s recycling effortsSteel drums now included in AEDC’s recycling efforts
Steel drums now included in AEDC’s recycling efforts

Personnel at AEDC’s Recycling Facility crush empty steel drums that have been collected from various areas on base. After being crushed down to approximately 6-inches in height, the drums are then placed in a bin to be recycled. Pictured are Doug Richards and Charles Wilkerson with the AEDC Services Office. (Photo by Rick Goodfriend)
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Posted: 6/27/2014

AEDC’s new baler reduces cost, time and improves recycling capabilityAEDC’s new baler reduces cost, time and improves recycling capability
AEDC’s new baler reduces cost, time and improves recycling capability

Vick Hobarter, top right, with International Baler, watches as Jay Thurmond, right, and Wyatt James, left, with Recycling Equipment Inc., (REI, Inc.), help to install the conveyer for a newly acquired SST series baler made by International Baler at AEDC’s recycling center. (Photo by: Rick Goodfriend)
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Posted: 3/24/2011

AEDC’s new baler reduces cost, time and improves recycling capabilityAEDC’s new baler reduces cost, time and improves recycling capability
AEDC’s new baler reduces cost, time and improves recycling capability

Robbie Evans, 704th Mission Support Group’s Base Services’ lead for AEDC’s recycling center, points to the touch-screen monitor on the Resource Recovery and Recycling Program’s recently acquired baler. (Photos by Rick Goodfriend)
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Posted: 3/24/2011

Record amount of material disposed of on ‘shred day’Record amount of material disposed of on ‘shred day’
Record amount of material disposed of on ‘shred day’

ATA employees Vickie Seals (left) and Andrea Stephens (right) prepare to deliver materials to the certified Cintas driver as part of the recent bulk shred day, June 18. (Photo by: Rick Goodfriend)
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Posted: 3/24/2011

AEDC receives environmental awardAEDC receives environmental award
AEDC receives environmental award

TerraTherm foreman Jeff McDonnell and field technician Billy Sallis change filter bags at the thermal remediation project site behind AEDC’s Model Shop. The seven-month project is cleaning contaminants from groundwater without pumping it out for treatment. (Photo by Rick Goodfriend)
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Posted: 11/24/2010

AEDC receives environmental awardAEDC receives environmental award
AEDC receives environmental award

TerraTherm foreman Jeff McDonnell prepares to change a filter bag at the thermal remediation project being conducted behind AEDC’s Model Shop. The project is one of the reasons AEDC won the Air Force Gen. Thomas D. White Environmental Restoration Program Award for the Air Force Materiel Command. (Photo by Rick Goodfriend)
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Posted: 11/24/2010

Upgrade already saving more than $534K annuallyUpgrade already saving more than $534K annually
Upgrade already saving more than $534K annually

Arnold Engineering Development Center’s Fred Hutchinson talks about ongoing changes being made to the original system supplying service air to the base with Brandon Lucy, who was the Air Force project manager on the upgrade at the time. To Lucy’s right is Mike Harvey, an engineer with ATA’s Mechanical Systems Engineering Branch, who is also working with the service air system upgrade. Hutchison is a project manager for ATA’s project and design engineering department at AEDC. (Photo by Philip Lorenz III)
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Posted: 8/27/2010

AEDC whitetail deer under “surveillance”AEDC whitetail deer under “surveillance”
AEDC whitetail deer under “surveillance”

University of Tennessee graduate student Peyton Seth Basinger displays a male deer that has been fitted with a special tracking collar after being tranquilized. (Photo provided)
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Posted: 8/23/2010

AEDC and TWRA sign memorandum of agreementAEDC and TWRA sign memorandum of agreement
AEDC and TWRA sign memorandum of agreement

(L-R) Richard Kirk, TWRA Region 2 wildlife coordinator; Wes Winton, AEDC WMA manager; Tim Cleveland, Region 2 director; and George Buttrey, Region 2 lands management biologist, look on as AEDC Commander Col. Michael Panarisi and TWRA Executive Director Ed Carter sign an update of the 1991 MOA. TWRA provides wildlife management services, including hunt management, fish and wildlife surveys, wildlife population control, wildlife law enforcement, road improvements, wildlife habitat improvements, place fish attractors in Woods Reservoir, manage and maintain six boat launching ramps and the new ramp at Morris Ferry Dock. (Photo by Rick Goodfriend)
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Posted: 8/13/2010

    

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