Read about what others have to say about CBP’s latest environmental and cultural initiatives.
To support the timely completion of U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) projects while ensuring compliance with Federal environmental laws, the Environmental and Energy Division (EED) is continuously identifying new ways to better support CBP's Missions and Offices. In March 2105, after almost five years of effort, the Southwest Border Programmatic Agreement (PA) was executed. This PA allows CBP to streamline mandated historic property and cultural resource reviews, minimizing potential delays to projects and operations in the process.
Read this article developed by CBP to fulfill the terms of the 2012 Memorandum of Agreement for the Construction of a Communications Tower and Associated Equipment at Limestone Land Port of Entry in Limestone, Aroostook County, Maine.
Read this article developed by CBP in partial fulfillment of the terms of the 2012 Memorandum of Agreement for the Construction of a Communications Tower and Associated Equipment at Calais Land Port of Entry in Calais, Washington County, Maine.