US Army Awards $8.6M in Environmental Remediation Service Orders

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The US Army awarded a total of $8.6 million in performance-based task orders for environmental remediation services at Army facilities in the United States and Puerto Rico. The Army has two environment remediation programs for active/operating Army installations – the Installation Restoration Program (IRP) and the Military Munitions Response Program (MMRP). The IRP is a program to identify, investigate and clean up hazardous substances, pollutants, and contaminants resulting from past US Department of Defense (DoD) operations and activities. The MMRP addresses the safety, health, and environmental issues caused by past DoD munitions-related activities. Congress established the MMRP to address unexploded ordnance, discarded military munitions and munitions constituents located at sites on other than operational ranges. The recent Army task orders are for both types of remediation programs… The winners of the environmental rediation service task orders include: * The US Army Corps of Engineers Baltimore District awarded a $4 million performance-based task order to Shaw Environmental in Knoxville, TN for environmental remediation services at Radford Army Ammunition Plant, VA, under a multiple award remediation contract. The 6-year task order includes achieving Remedy in Place (RIP) at 1 Installation Restoration Program (IRP) site and achieving an approved Resource Conservation and Recovery […]

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