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Air quality on Kandahar Airfield set to improve

Tim Blevins, an environmental specialist for Kandahar Airfield, explains July 16 how the black water retention pond on the airfield, better known as Poo Pond, will be drained and remediated in the near future. When Kandahar Airfield’s Deep South Waste Water Treatment Plant begins operating at 100 percent capacity within the next year, Poo Pond will become obsolete and its unpleasant odor just a foul memory.



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This work, Air quality on Kandahar Airfield set to improve, by SFC Erick Studenicka, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:07.16.2012

Date Posted:08.06.2012 03:59

Photo ID:639975

VIRIN:120716-A-JJ461-012

Resolution:2668x1984

Size:398.22 KB

Location:KANDAHAR AIRFIELD, AFGlobe

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