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Accessed May 29, Accessed June 14, Hazardous and Solid Waste Amendments of Accessed May 31, Accessed February 16, Accessed March 29, Memo from Steven A. Accessed April 16, Accessed February 3, Preamble, Military Munitions Rule: Accessed March 21, Accessed March 20, Accessed April 11, Superfund Community Involvement Toolkit Files: Handbook on the Management of Munitions Response Actions.
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Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response. Hazardous Waste Facility Permit. Alabama Department of Environmental Protection. Accessed February 22, Current Site Information for Washington, D. Army Chemical Munitions Spring Valley. Government Accountability Office Superfund: Report to Congressional Requesters.
Accessed May 30, Recommendations for the Disposal of Chemical Agents and Munitions. Disposal of Chemical Agent Identification Sets.
The National Academies Press. Monitoring at Chemical Agent Disposal Facilities. Accessed March 30, Principles of Instrumental Analysis, Fifth Ed. Survey and Analysis Report.
Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md.: Army Program Manager for Chemical Demilitarization. Headquarters, Department of the Army. Army Corps of Engineers. Military Munitions Response Process. Army Corp of Engineers, Engineer Pamphlet. Environmental Protection and Enhancement. Army Corp of Engineers. The Keystone Center Final Report. The Army Safety Program. Explosives Safety and Health Requirements Manual. Military Munitions Response Program. Accessed April 10, Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD: Department of the Army.
Toxic Chemical Safety Standards. Military Response Munitions Program. Digital Radiography and Computed Tomography system fact sheet. Army Chemical Materials Agency. Explosive Destruction System overview fact sheet.
Interim holding facility overview fact sheet. Mobile Munitions Assessment System fact sheet. Property Identification Guide, Revision 0. Aberdeen Proving Ground-Edgewood Area: As the result of disposal practices from the early to mid-twentieth century, approximately sites in 40 states, the District of Columbia, and 3 territories are known or suspected to have buried chemical warfare materiel CWM.
Much of this CWM is likely to occur in the form of small finds wr necessitate the continuation of the Army’s capability to transport treatment systems to disposal locations 385-1-59 destruction. Of greatest concern for the future are sites in 38-1-95 areas and large sites on legacy military installations.
The Army mission regarding the remediation of recovered chemical warfare materiel RCWM is turning into a program much larger than the existing munition and hazardous substance cleanup programs. The Army asked the Nation Research Council NRC to examine this evolving mission in part because this change is significant and becoming even more prominent as the stockpile destruction is nearing completion.
One focus in this report is the current and future status of the Non-Stockpile Chemical Material Project NSCMPwhich now plays a central role in the remediation of recovered chemical warfare materiel and which reports to the Chemical Materials Agency. Remediation of Buried Chemical Warfare Materiel also reviews current supporting technologies for cleanup of CWM sites and surveys organizations involved with remediation of suspected CWM disposal sites to determine current practices and coordination.
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