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Engineering Agile Combat Support Worldwide Air Force Civil Engineer Support Agency 1 INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT Mr. Donald Teig HQ AFCESA/CEOA 10 FEB 2010
E n g i n e e r i n g A g i l e C o m b a t S u p p o r t W o r l d w i d e LAWS & GUIDANCE AIR FORCE MUST COMPLY WITH: The Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, & Rodenticide Act (FIFRA) Department of Defense Instruction DoD Pest Management Program, 29 May 08 Air Force Instruction Integrated Pest Management Program, 23 Jun 09 Air Force Instruction Aerial Application of Pesticides, 27 Aug 09 State Pesticide Laws
E n g i n e e r i n g A g i l e C o m b a t S u p p o r t W o r l d w i d e DoD Pest Management Measure of Merit 1 Installation Pest Management Plans All DoD installations will have pest management plans prepared, reviewed, and updated annually by pest management professionals.
E n g i n e e r i n g A g i l e C o m b a t S u p p o r t W o r l d w i d e Installation Pest Management Plans Percent of installations with Plans prepared and updated by installation and reviewed by Pest Management Professionals Goal: 100% Fiscal Year Desired Trend
E n g i n e e r i n g A g i l e C o m b a t S u p p o r t W o r l d w i d e DoD Pest Management Measure of Merit 2 Annual Amount of Pesticide Applied Maintain the achieved reduction in annual pesticide use on DoD installations. This reduction goal is set at an average of the FY 2002 and 2003 usage.
E n g i n e e r i n g A g i l e C o m b a t S u p p o r t W o r l d w i d e Pest Management - Annual Amount of Pesticide Applied Goal: Desired Trend FISCAL YEAR Percent Change In Pounds Of Active Ingredient From Baseline New Average FY04FY05FY06 FY07FY08 FY09
E n g i n e e r i n g A g i l e C o m b a t S u p p o r t W o r l d w i d e Annual Amount of Pesticide Applied by the AF FY02 101,843 lbs FY03 121,604 lbs Average 111,724 lbs Goal FY ,662 lbs FY ,918 lbs FY ,246 lbs FY 08157,454 lbs FY 09137,036 lbs*22.6% above Goal
E n g i n e e r i n g A g i l e C o m b a t S u p p o r t W o r l d w i d e DoD Pest Management Measure of Merit 3 Installation Pesticide Applicator Certification All DoD installation pesticide applicators will be properly certified within two years of employment. Contract employees shall have the appropriate state certification when the contract is let.
E n g i n e e r i n g A g i l e C o m b a t S u p p o r t W o r l d w i d e Installation Pesticide Applicator Certification Percent meeting certification requirements: certified within 2 years of employment and every 3 years thereafter Goal: 100% Desired Trend Fiscal Year
E n g i n e e r i n g A g i l e C o m b a t S u p p o r t W o r l d w i d e Air Force Pest Management Scorecard 10 AF/A7C directed a review of Air Force pest management goals and objectives. DoD Pest Management MoMs currently track pest management plans, pesticide use and certification but do not address Air Force operational and mission reqmts. AF Pest Management Scorecard was developed to analyze the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats: Integrated Pest Management Information System (IPMIS) version 3.06 is used to uniformly gather data for each base; Five mission categories: Public Health, Mission Critical, Mission Support, Environmental, and Quality of Life; Pesticide toxicity and pesticide use can be easily quantified MAJCOMs can detail how each base plans for recurring pest management requirements, utilize and track sound IPM methods (both chemical and non- chemical), and maintain pesticide certification for Air Force/contract employees. New/unique pest management issues can be highlighted and process improve- ments developed; Manpower, contracts and resources can be allocated to support Air Force missions.
E n g i n e e r i n g A g i l e C o m b a t S u p p o r t W o r l d w i d e MoM #2 Pesticide Use IPMIS Data Details
E n g i n e e r i n g A g i l e C o m b a t S u p p o r t W o r l d w i d e PESTICIDES: WHAT WE USE AND WHY 12 HERBICIDE USE67%PUBLIC HEALTH4.6 % FUNGICIDE USE22.8%MISSION CRITICAL6.3 % INSECTICIDE USE8.8%MISSION SUPPORT39.7 % ENVIRONMENTAL9.5 % TOTAL98.6%QUALITY OF LIFE39.8 %
E n g i n e e r i n g A g i l e C o m b a t S u p p o r t W o r l d w i d e Significant Air Force Pesticide Use in FY SIGNIFICANT AIR FORCE PESTICIDE USE IN FY08: QUANTITY (LBS/AI) MAJCOMS INSTALLATIONTARGET PESTSITEPESTICIDEJUSTIFICATION ACCOFFUTTZEBRA MUSSELBASE LAKECOPPER SULFATE 26, USFWS refused to sign Installation Natural Resources Plan - Eradication of invasive species to prevent entry of zebra mussels into adjacent Missouri River (Environmental (Env)) DAVIS MONTHANBUFFELGRASSGROUNDSBROMACIL/UREA 3, Control Buffelgrass (invasive species) due to excessive rainfall (Env and Quality of Life (QoL)) AFSOCCANNONWEED CONTROLGROUNDSHERBICIDES 2, Weed control for Quality of Life AMCGRAND FORKSMOSQUITO CONTROLBASE-WIDENALED 2, Management of disease vectors of West Nile Virus (public health) AETC USAFE AFMCHILLHALOGETONRANGEBROMACIL/UREA 9, Control of invasive weed for EOD support on bombing range (Safety) EGLIN HARDWOOD UNDERSTORYRANGEHEXAZINONE 3, Control of hardwood understory required by USFWS for RCW habitat maintenance (Env) PACAFANDERSONFORMOSAN TERMITESHOUSINGVIKANE FUMIGANT 4, Control of a very destructive invasive termite species (real property protection; Env)) HICKAMWEED CONTROL PAVEMENTS GROUNDSHERBICIDES 3, Increased use by Grounds contractor due to poor pavement condition and increased emphasis by Wing on aesthetics (QoL) AFSPCPATRICKNEMATODESGOLF COURSENEMACUR 3, Protection of golf course greens from Nematodes (economic pest) (QoL) ANG AFRES USAFA 11 CESBOLLINGWEED CONTROLGROUNDSHERBICIDES Increase in herbicide use and improved pesticide reporting (QoL) TOTAL: 58,785.93
E n g i n e e r i n g A g i l e C o m b a t S u p p o r t W o r l d w i d e ITEMS OF INTEREST NPDES PERMITS FOR PESTICIDES APRIL 2011? ENDANGERED SPECIES LABELS BASH SELF-HELP GUIDANCE IPMIS WEB DEVELOPMENT
E n g i n e e r i n g A g i l e C o m b a t S u p p o r t W o r l d w i d e PEST MANAGEMENT POCs HQ ACC/A7OO ATTN: MR ROBERTSON 129 ANDREWS STREET SUITE 102 LANGLEY AFB VA HQ AFSOC/A7PO ATTN: MSGT BARCOMB 427 CODY AVE SUITE 225 HURLBURT FLD FL HQ PACAF/A7AV ATTN: MAJ WOLF (TEMP) 25 E STREET SUITE D-306 HICKAM AFB HI HQ AMC/A7OO ATTN: CAPT DAVIS 507 SYMINGTON DR SCOTT AFB IL HQ AETC/A7CAN ATTN: MR KRAMM 226 F STREET WEST RANDOLPH AFB TX HQ USAFE/A7AV ATTN: LT COL MEIGHAN UNIT 3050 BOX 10 APO AE
E n g i n e e r i n g A g i l e C o m b a t S u p p o r t W o r l d w i d e PEST MANAGEMENT POCs HQ AFMC/A7AI ATTN: MR PERDUE 4225 LOGISTICS AVE RM N-125 WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OH HQ AFDW/A7A ATTN: MS ROBINS 1535 COMMAND DR, D-305 ANDREWS AFB MD HQ AFSPC/A7AI ATTN: MS ANDERSON 250 S. PETERSON BLVD PETERSON AFB CO ANG/A7AN ATTN: MR HARRIS 3500 FETCHET AVENUE ANDREWS AFB MD HQ AFRC 757 AS/DOS ATTN: MAJ BREIDENBAUGH 3976 KING GRAVES RD, UNIT 24 VIENNA OH USAFA/CEANE ATTN: MR MARNE 8120 EDGERTON DR, SUITE 40 USAF ACADEMY CO
E n g i n e e r i n g A g i l e C o m b a t S u p p o r t W o r l d w i d e TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE HQ AFCESA/CEOA ATTN: Mr. Donald Teig 139 Barnes Drive, Suite 1 Tyndall AFB, FL DSN COM (850) FAX: DSN (850)