Supporting the F.E. Warren Air Force Base Mission Through
Sound Environmental Stewardship
The U.S. Air Force environmental team is recognized as world leaders, with environmental stewardship woven into the heart of the Air Force mission.
The four pillars of the Air Force environmental mission are quality, conservation and planning, pollution prevention, and restoration.
The Environmental flight works with all elements of the base, regulatory agencies and the community to ensure the job gets done in a sustainable manner. By working cooperatively, team F.E. Warren will continue to comply with environmental laws, preserve the natural environment, and accomplish its mission.
F.E. Warren EMS is the system whereby the 90th Missile Wing protects the environment while fulfilling its mission to defend the United States with the worlds premier combat-ready ICBM force. See our EMS Commitment Statement.
The natural resources program is responsible for management of pest and weed control, protection of threatened and endangered species, Pronghorn and Canadian Goose interference, protection of wetlands and to improve opportunities for outdoor recreation.
The cultural resources program is responsible for preserving the F.E. Warren AFB historic and cultural properties. F.E. Warren is the oldest continuously active military installation in the United States.
The F.E. Warren AFB air quality program operates under the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality for synthetic minor operating permits. The installation resides in an area of attainment for all pollutants.
/Portals/69/FEW%20CCR%202022%20Final.pdfThe water quality program ensures regulatory compliance in drinking water, storm water, wastewater, and water rights at F.E. Warren AFB. General and shop-specific training is available.
2022 Consumer Confidence Report
EMS Program Manager –
Natural Resources Program
Manager – 307-773-5098
Hazardous Waste Program Manager
Hazardous Materials Program
Manager – 307-773-2594
Program Manager – 307-773-2598
Water and Lead Program Manager –
Air Quality and Fuel, Petroleum,
Oil and Liquid Tanks Program Manager – 307-773-2415
The hazardous material program is responsible for the review, authorization and usage guidance of HazMat at F.E. Warren AFB.
The hazardous waste program is responsible for the oversight of all hazardous waste activities on base, this includes activities generating, accumulating, monitoring, disposing and responding to hazardous waste incidents.
F.E. Warren AFB maintains storage tanks across three states and two EPA regions.
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