Figure 1-7. Power Generation Cluster
h. Potable Water Distribution and Storage Subsystem. This subsystem consists of four 20,000-
gallon water storage and distribution sites supporting the laundry, shower, food service, and latrine
subsystems. The Preventive Medicine NCO is responsible for testing and certifying that potable water
meets required standards. Assigned personnel perform hypochlorination during the tank fill up. They
are also responsible for monitoring the chlorination levels and ensuring that it is maintained. Other
primary responsibilities are as follows.
Monitoring water usage
Receiving water delivery from certified source
Conducting water analysis testing
Completing water reports, logs, and forms
Operating water supply points
i. Graywater Collection Subsystem. Two 20,000-gallon collapsible fabric tanks collect, store,
and disperse graywater from the food service, CBL, and CS subsystems. The general engineering
officer is responsible for supervising water collected in the CLS (graywater) and ensuring that it is
disposed of IAW environmental regulations and directives.
j. Optional Cold Weather Kit. This kit is not furnished with the FP module: it is required in
temperatures below 32€F. If needed, it will be requisitioned with the module.