Leading the Marine Corps in energy management, utilities conservation, power generating capacity and cost savings, the Combat Center now saves as much as $7 million annually in energy costs.
Combat center Recycles
Combat Center's Qualified Recycling Program is a full-service organization under NREA that collects, sorts and processes recycled paper, plastic, aluminum, cardboard and many other recyclable material and generates revenue for Combat Center through their efforts.
Did you know that only 1 percent of the world’s water is suitable for human consumption? The Marine Air Ground Task Force Training Command, Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center (MAGTFTC, MCAGCC) is dedicated to conserving this precious resource.
Earth day 2015
The Combat Center theme for Earth Day 2015 is "Think Green, Save Blue. All units and directorates ...
NREA Teaches Service Members Why to Conserve Water
The Combat Center created a Water Conservation Task Force, Oct. 2014, as a result of the implementation of the base Water Conservation Policy, which was developed as a measure to increase water conservation on the installation. California is ...
DOD Announces Winners of the Secretary of Defense Environmental Awards
The Defense Department has announced the winners ...