The Marine Corps Installations West-Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton (MCIWEST-MCB Camp Pendleton) Environmental Security Department manages Camp Pendleton’s environmental programs. In performing this function, Department personnel provide a number of environmental program management functions to include policy development, compliance oversight, regulatory liaison and consultation, fiscal resourcing, and compliance assistance.
Provide guidance and resources to implement environmental policies and programs that will sustain compliant operations, protect Marine Corps liabilities, and safeguard the capability of MCIWEST-MCB Camp Pendleton installations and ranges to support current and future readiness requirements.
To serve as keeper of the Marine Corps Environmental Program by maintaining regulatory compliance, ensuring public health, and stewarding the nation’s resources in support of our Corps mission while protecting and enhancing the quality of life of those who call our installations "home".
To accomplish our mission, the Environmental Security Department is structured as follows:
Conservation Division: environmental planning, natural resources, cultural resources.
Compliance Division: pollution prevention, pollution control, environmental cleanup.
Regional Operations: environmental planning, resource conservation, environmental compliance.
For more information on our environmental programs, or to speak with someone within our environmental department, please go to our contact page.