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Fort Hood's Net Zero Waste pilot program and sustainability was the central focus at the "Great Place" from Nov. 29 to Dec. 1, during a visit from Katherine Hammack, assistant secretary of the Army for Installations, Energy and Environment.


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Date Taken:12.1.2011

Date Posted:12.5.2011 9:19PM

Category:Package

Video ID:131917

VIRIN:111201-O-#####-669

Filename:DOD_100288191

Length:00:03:44

Location:FORT HOD, TX, US

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Topics of the media roundtable include:

• Net Zero Initiatives at installations
• Energy and petroleum reductions on installations
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• Advancements and successes in Soldier Power, Vehicle Power and Contingency Basing

(Contact keith.e.smith91.civ@mail.mil for additional footage from the event)
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