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$5-Million Navy Order
To Raytheon Division
Raytheon Company, Submarine
Signal Division, Portsmouth, R.I., is being awarded a $5,100,000 modification to a previously awarded contract for long lead material modification for the AN -
SQS-56 Sonar Systems and an
Operator Trainer for use on the
FFG-36 and FFG-49. The Naval
Sea Systems Command is the con- tracting activity. (N00024-79-C- 6114)
Willard G. Olmstead
Named VP And Controller
At Federal Barge Lines
Willard G. Olmstead has been appointed to the position of vice president and controller of Fed- eral Barge Lines, Inc., St. Louis,
Mo., by Pott Industries Inc., it was announced by Robert A. Kyle, president of Federal Barge Lines, a wholly owned subsidiary of Pott
Industries. Pott is a member of the Houston Natural Gas Corp. group of companies.
Mr. Olmstead joined Federal
Barge Lines in 1971 as chief ac- countant. He became assistant controller in 1976, and was ad- vanced to controller in 1978.
His new position carries with it the responsibilities for all fi- nance and accounting areas in- volving the companies comprising the Inland Waterways Division of
Pott Industries. He will place spe- cial emphasis on the development of the division's data processing services in connection with the implementation of a management information data base system.
Mr. Olmstead was educated at the MacMurray College in Jack- sonville, 111. He has been active in the Water Transport Associa- tion, in which organization he currently serves as treasurer. 'How-To' Manual For
Available From EPA
The U.S. Environmental Pro- tection Agency has released a comprehensive "Manual of Prac- tice for Protection and Cleanup of Shorelines" from oil spills. The two-volume manual was prepared by Woodward-Clyde Consultants (San Francisco).
The manual is designed as a decision-making guide to provide the on-scene coordinator and his staff with a systematic, easy-to- apply methodology that can be used: (1) to assess the threat of an oil spill or the extent of shore- line contamination, and (2) to choose the most appropriate and effective shoreline protection, cleanup and restoration tech- niques for specific shoreline types in a given oil-spill situation.
The manual is divided into two volumes: Volume I, Decision
Guide, gives instructions on how- to gather information on a spill, to assess the type and extent of a spill, and to decide which pro- tection and cleanup actions are appropriate; Volume II, Imple- mentation Guide, presents hack- ground information on oil charac- teristics, behavior and movement, shoreline processes and sensitiv- ity, and impacts associated with cleanup operations. The volume provides detailed instructions on how to implement various pro- tection and cleanup procedures, and presents criteria for termi- nating cleanup operations as well as a discussion on handling of oily wastes.
The manual, which can be ob- tained from the National Tech- nical Information Service (NTIS) in Springfield, Va., is entitled "Manual of Practice For Protec- tion and Cleanup of Shorelines,"
Volume I—Decision Guide, Vol- ume II — Implementation Guide, by ('. Foget. E. Schrier, M. Cram- er, and It. Castle of Woodward-
Clyde Consultants, Report #EPA- 600 7-79-187a, Industrial Envi- ronmental Research Laboratory,
Office of Research and Develop- ment, U.S. Environmental Pro- tection Agency, Cincinnati, Ohio.
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