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Timi Dutchuk, Chief, Environmental Programs Timi Dutchuk
Chief, Environmental Programs

 

 

 

Mission: Manages the conservation, restoration, protection, and enhancement of the environment, natural resources, recycling, energy, and natural resources programs which encompass archaeological, energy, land, fish and wildlife, pest management operations, water pollution abatement, hazardous waste, and recycling.

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Awards:
  • Federal Energy and Water Management Award, 1997
  • Government Technology Leadership Award, 1997
  • Clean Cities 2000 Partnership - 1998
  • Texas Environmental Excellence Award - 1998
  • National Pollution Prevention Roundtable's MVP2 Award - 1997
  • Secretary of Defense Environmental Security Award - Recycling - Individual, 1997
  • Secretary of the Army Recycling Award - Individual, 1997
  • Clean Cities 2000 Partnership, 1997-1998
  • Clean Texas Star Partnership Member, 1995-1998
  • Clean Texas Star Partnership Member, 1995-1998
  • The Nature Conservancy, President's Conservation Achievement Award - 1997
  • Texas Organization for Endangered Species - Landowner Stewardship Award - 1997
  • Secretary of Defense Environmental Security Award - Natural Resources Management - Individual - 1997
  • Secretary of the Army Natural Resources Management Award - Individual - 1997
  • Secretary of Defense Environmental Security Award - Cultural Resources Management - Installation, 1997
  • Secretary of the Army Cultural Resources Management Award - Installation, 1997
  • White House Closing the Circle Award - 1998
  • FORSCOM Environmental Security Award - Environmental Quality - Installation - 1998
  • FORSCOM Environmental Security Award - Pollution Prevention - Installation -1998
  • White House Closing the Circle Award - 1997
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