Air Compliance Support, Multiple Military Installations in the Southwest
To prepare planning documentation to achieve and maintain compliance with the requirements of the 1990 Clean Air Act Amendments as well as state and local requirements.
KMEA prepared a Work Plan and an Accident Prevention Plan for all site visits and fieldwork and conducted meetings for project kickoff and program progress reports at the same time providing technical support and consultation services (data requests, notice of violation permitting, variance requests and negotiations, inspections, data analysis, rule development, applicability reviews, and legislative reviews). KMEA reviewed and updated existing electronic coating log utilized by installations for squadron coating operations and complied with California regulations for mobile diesel and large spark-ignition engines, developed a waterfront compliance program, supported Fleet Readiness Center Southwest air compliance program, supported Aircraft Environmental Support Office air quality needs, and prepared up to 20 permit applications for Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake.
Field activities included completing fence-to-fence evaluation emissions source inventory at Naval Air Station Lemoore, preparing emissions inventory for required installations, conducting semiannual Title V facility inspections, supporting all installation employees and tenant commands with onsite training to improve environmental compliance, monitoring methane at Naval Auxiliary Landing Field San Clemente Island landfill, conducting continuous air monitoring at Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake, and performing source tests of permitted boilers Naval Base Ventura County.