effect of significant point source emissions and the type
areas. and storage areas as well as shipping of explosives
and pattern of these emissions should be evaluatcd. On-
by air. truck. or train. Development limitations should be
post contribution to local and regiona air quality should
established based on quantity safety distance requirements
be considered specifically particulates. carbon monoxide.
(TM 9-1300206 and AR 385 -64). Existing temporary
and permanent waivers should be identified. Evaluation of
h. Noise abatement. Activities generating significant
the impact of demolition operations can be based upon
noise levels on-post should be identified in accordance
installation standard operating procedures ( SOPS). type
with Federal, State, or local noise monitoring agencies
and quantity of munitions involved. by-products. and by-
products disposal procedures.
and standards. Limitations should be established from:
- Stationary activities which either generate significant
c. Outdoor ranges. Safety limitations will be established
noise or are in violation of existing noise standards.
in accordance with applicable regulations including the
- ICUZ Zone 111 impacts for both fixed wing and
installation SOP. Surface Danger Zones will be identified
for all outdoor ranges and firing points and the effect of
rotary wing aircraft.
range denials and waivers will be evaluated.
- Noise-generating activities in open testing training
d. Hazardous material. Safety imitations for storage
and maneuver areas.
of hazardous solid waste materials, toxic substances. and
- Blast noise from tiring operations.
flammable and combustible liquids are established by
Temporary and permanent waivers should be identified
hazardous material safety clearances and installation
and the effect of shielding or other noise-supprcssive
SOP. AR200-i. and AR 385-10. On-post routes for the
measures should be considered.
transport of hazardous substances should be identified.
i. Water quality. State and local regulations and
For any hazardous or contaminated sites. the size of the
monitoring programs for both potable and non-potable
area. type of contaminant, estimated quantity of contaminant,
water should be consulted. Also, locations of on-post
and the present status of use restrictions will be determined
water monitoring stations and the nearest off-post stations
e. Electromagnetic safety. Safety clearances and
on streams receiving discharge or runoff from the installation
installation SOP for operations producing electromagnetic
should be identified. Installation impact on adjacent
X-ray waves should be identified. Consideration should
evaluated, with particular attention to aquifers and their
be given to the effect of shielding facilities producing
electromagnetic emissions. The impact on air operations
also should be established.
f. Radiation safety. Safety imitations for radiation
exposure including ionizing sources. non- ionizing sources,
a. Land use. The analysis of on-post land use consists
and laser are established by safety clearances and instal-
of an overview of existing land use patterns to identify
lation SOP. AR 200-1, and AR 385-10. Shielding and
major spatial relationships and land availability. This
other protective measures will have a recognizable effect.
information is further analyzed in light of the installation' s
Permanent and temporary waivers should be identified. as
mission and facility requirements.
should transportation routes for radioactive materials and
(1) The existing land use pattern should be established
the effect of off-post imitations on transportation of these
by categorizing on-post land use areas according to the
principal activities. Categories used in classifying land use
g, Air quality. On-post air quality should be evaluated
areas are listed in table 2-4. Land use areas should be
in conjunction with applicable standards. The Federal.
generalized rather than site specific and should include all
State. or local environmental monitoring agency can
areas occupied by buildings and support facilities.
provide air quality data for local monitoring stations. The