Storage, in its various battery chemistries and non-battery forms, can perform more functions and respond more quickly than any other power asset in a microgrid. Storage is increasingly deployed on military installations, in a variety of scales and for a range of resilience, renewable energy integration, and cost saving uses. That, along with improving technology cost and performance, is its positive. More
The Department of Defense’s testing and training ranges are a critical asset for the military; however, they present unique challenges for characterization, control, and treatment technologies. In FY2019, SERDP began funding two groups of projects to address (1) mitigation of the transport of munitions constituents from testing and training range sites and (2) treatment of wastes from munitions constituent manufacturing. More
It is with great excitement that SERDP & ESTCP welcomes Dr. David Bradley as the new Program Manager for the Munitions Response Program Area.
WP team received the award in Environmental Excellence in Weapon System Acquisition, Small Program award from the Honorable Alex Beehler, Assistant Secretary of the U.S. Army Installations, Energy and Environment. More
Environmental Screening Levels (ESLs) are concentrations for groundwater, soil, soil gas, and indoor air derived by the San Francisco Bay Regional Water Quality Control Board for over 100 chemicals to allow direct comparison to environmental sample data collected at contaminated sites. More
Watershed modeling systems are a critical component of efforts to support and maintain military readiness and the sustainability of DoD testing and training lands. A recently completed ESTCP effort supported the demonstration and validation of the Better Assessment Science Integrating point and Non-point Sources (BASINS) Modeling System. More
SERDP has spent significant time and resources in the development of an engineering-level probabilistic model of underwater munitions burial and mobility.
Since 2016, SERDP has released three Statements of Need (SONs) aimed at developing a better understanding of ecotoxicity risks from PFAS at AFFF-impacted sites.