Who supervises waste disposal in the field?
a. The installation engineer exercises overall responsibility for waste disposal
facilities and services on the installation.
b. The commander of each unit in the field is responsible for waste disposal
activities within his unit.
c. The unit commander in the field supervises the preventive medicine
personnel, environmental officers, and the DRMO.
d. a and b above.
How does the problem of field waste disposal differ from that on a garrison?
a. While installation solid waste disposal facilities are of a permanent nature,
those used in the field are usually temporary and improvised.
b. Open dumping is permitted on post but not in the field.
c. While the field solid waste disposal facilities are of a permanent nature, those
used on the installation are usually temporary and improvised.
d. Environmental laws only pertain to field conditions and not to those of a
The Commander' s Guide to Environmental Law:
a. Relieves the commander of his responsibilities.
b. Simplifies U.S. Army environmental laws for the commander.
c. Includes Federal and State laws aimed at protecting our environment.
d. Helps the commander to understand environmental obligations and highlights
requirements of laws and regulations.
e. b and d.