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COVID-19 Updates and What the U.S. Government is doing about it.

 - Any service member or dependent at JBER who has COVID symptoms should be tested. Self-referral drive-up testing offered at the JBER Respiratory Clinic. Mon - Sun 7 A.M. - 3 P.M.
 - Further reduction of garrison and tenant services--we are working to find ways to provide virtual services as much as possible
 - Commissary and AAFES resources will remain available with current mitigating efforts in place
 *** Latest JBER COVID updates can be found here: https://www.jber.jb.mil/Coronavirus/ ***

Water Quality

The JBER Water Quality Program works to ensure that JBER is in compliance with the numerous federal, state, local, and DoD regulations pertaining to storm water and wastewater. These programs are regulated by the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation (ADEC) and Anchorage Water and Wastewater Utility (AWWU) and require comprehensive inspection of all potential water pollutant sources and activities.

What is Storm Water Pollution?

Storm water is water from rain or snow melt that is not absorbed into the groundwater supply and allowed to flow over impervious surfaces collecting trash and pollutants which are then deposited into storm drains and eventually into our creeks, streams, and rivers without benefit of treatment.

Pollution Prevention

Members of the JBER community play a large role in preventing storm water pollution. Click the brochure to learn more about stormwater pollution prevention, and how you can take responsible action.

 

 

 

Household Hazardous Waste (HHW)

Members of the JBER community have a responsibility to properly dispose of HHW. Click the brochure to learn more about proper disposal of HHW

 

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Construction Storm Water Best Management Practices

Construction activities can generate numerous water pollutants. Click the brochure to learn more about Best management practices for reducing construction site storm water pollution.