NAVY - OPNAV M-5090.1
(OPNAV N4) ENVIRONMENTAL READINESS PROGRAM MANUAL
|Publication Date:||3 September 2019|
a. Environmental readiness encompasses all aspects of environmental compliance, planning, conservation, pollution prevention (P2), and remediation. The mission of the Navy's environmental readiness program is to ensure that U.S. Navy forces effectively train, test, and operate worldwide. Doing so in an environmentally responsible manner helps ensure continued access to land, air, and sea. The environmental readiness program provides Navy commanders, operators, design agents and life-cycle managers, installation managers, Navy military and civilian employees, and government contractors with comprehensive and effective policy guidance, tools, and training to support operational readiness and sustainability in compliance with environmental laws, regulations, and executive orders (E.O.) across the Navy enterprise.
b. This manual identifies and is consistent with applicable Federal, State, and local environmental laws, statutes, regulations; E.O.s; Department of the Navy (DON) regulations, requirements, and instructions; and Department of Defense (DoD) directives, instructions, and other issuances. It directs commands, when and where appropriate, to consult the applicable DoD final governing standards (FGS) for host-nation-specific