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Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point


Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point

Cherry Point, North Carolina

 Mission Statement

The Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Cherry Point Environmental Affairs Department (EAD) operates according to the Commanding Officer’s Statement on Environmental Management and Conservation issued by the former commanding officer of MCAS Cherry Point, Col. Todd W. Ferry. The policy statement demonstrates the installation’s commitment to sustaining and enhancing mission readiness and access to training environments through effective and efficient environmental management. This is accomplished by a commitment to compliance with relevant environmental laws, regulations, and policies, conservation of natural and cultural resources, cleanup of contaminated sites, minimizing risks to mission, prevention of pollution, and continual improvement of the environmental management system (EMS). The EMS follows a basic management system “Plan, Do, Check, Act” cycle incorporating all of the USMC EMS elements, which helps ensure continual environmental improvement.


EMS Cycle Graphic


 Links of Interest

Contractor/Vendor Training

EM Portal -
      Additional Program/Turnover Folder Content
      Documents and Records Inventory
      Environmental Standard Operating Procedures
      Operational Controls - Inventory

**Trouble accessing the EM Portal? Email the Cherry Point SharePoint Administrator at chpt.sharepoint.omb@usmc.mil or phone (252) 466-6204. 

Statement on Environmental Management and Conservation 
Spill Reporting
Training Calendar
Welcome Aboard


 Contact Us

Commanding Officer
Environmental Affairs Department
Marine Corps Air Station
PSC Box 8006
Cherry Point, N.C. 28533-0013
Comm: (252) 466-4186 Fax: (252) 466-2000


 Environmental Programs

Environmental Affairs Home

Air Quality
Cultural Resources
Drinking Water
Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act
Emergency Response
Environmental Compliance Evaluation
Environmental Training
Erosion and Sedimentation Control
Hazardous Material
Hazardous Waste
Installation Restoration
Lead-Based Paint
Natural Resources
National Environmental Policy Act
Oil/Water Separators
Pest Management
Petroleum Release and Range Restoration
Range and Munition
Solid Waste
Solid Waste Management Unit
Storage Tank