Sgt. Alessandro Cuevas, right, a power generator mechanic with Bravo Company, 589th Brigade Support Battalion, 41st Fires Brigade, discusses how his unit effectively stores old and used batteries in one of the battalion's maintenance bays to the Fort Hood Environmental Quality Control Committee during a walk-through of the 589th BSB's motor pool on Fort Hood, Texas, Sept. 16. The EQCC is a group of commanders and functional experts from across Fort Hood who work as a collective proponent for environmental control on the base.

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