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Environmental Security

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Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton
Installation Restoration Program Terminology
Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton's IR Program team works with state and federal regulatory agencies to meet or exceed cleanup requirements on Base. In an effort to help educate community members in the environmental cleanup process, technical terminology and a list of acronyms used on this web site are provided. Additional information can be found on other related web sites via the Links Page provided on this site.

Technical Terminology
Program-Related Glossary

A list of acronyms is provided for reference purposes while using this web site.
AC/S ES Assistant Chief of Staff, Environmental Security
AR Administrative Record
CERCLA Comprehensive Environmental Response Compensation and Liability Act
CIP Community Involvement Plan
CNO Chief of Naval Operations
DERP Defense Environmental Restoration Program
DoD Department of Defense
DON United States Department of the Navy
DRMO Defense Reutilization and Marketing Office
DTSC Department of Toxic Substances Control
FFA Federal Facilities Agreement
FSSG Force Service Support Group
IR Installation Restoration
MCB CP Marine Corps Base Pendleton
NAVFAC SW Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Southwest Division
NFA No Further Action
NPL National Priorities Listing
OU Operable Unit
PP Proposed Plan
ROD Record of Decision
RWQCB Regional Water Quality Control Board
SARA Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act
TRC Technical Review Committee
US EPA United States Environmental Protection Agency

Cleanup Resources
Visit the US EPA's website for more information on environmental cleanup in your community and across the nation.

Visit the California Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) website for more information on laws and regulations related to environmental cleanup in the state of California.

Visit the California Regional Water Quality Control Board's Region 9 website for information on the waters in the greater San Diego area.