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Explain the fundamentals of camp layout.
- Billeting
- Admin
- Shower Field Assembly
- Batch laundry
- Latrines
- Food Service
- Bulk fuel storage
- Potable water and distribution
- Graywater collection
Discuss the purpose of leach fields.
Leach fields are an integral component of a septic tank individual sewage disposal system. A leach field may be referred to as tile fields or absorption trenches. Whichever term is used, the function, testing, construction, and maintenance techniques of this component remain the same. The lines in a leach field are built of 4-inch PVC perforated pipe. Leach fields are commonly laid out either in a herringbone pattern or with the laterals at right angles to the main distribution pipe.
Discuss the camp trouble desk as it pertains to camp maintenance.
The camp trouble desk receives all requests for maintenance. The camp trouble desk forwards the request to the Camp Trouble Desk Chief. A copy of the request goes to the work center responsible for the maintenance and the trouble desk maintains all records of job completion/history.
Discuss the four priority work classifications as it pertains to camp maintenance.
- Safety
- Preventative
- Function
- Appearance
Discuss the operator inspection as it pertains to camp maintenance.
Operator inspections consist of examining, lubricating, and making minor adjustments.
Define potable water.
Potable and palatable water that is safe to drink, being free of harmful characteristics that could cause odor, foul taste, bad color and/or disease.
Define chlorination.
the term chlorination generally means the same as DISINFECTION.
In the form of chlorine gas or of hypochlorites that yield chlorine in water, chlorine is presently the only widely accepted agent that destroys organisms in the water and leaves an easily detectable residual that serves as an indicator of the completeness of disinfection.
Define super chlorination.
Superchlorination is the application of more chlorine than needed for the chlorine residual essential to marginal chlorination.