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Extra info for A Modified Baseline Incineration Process for Mustard Projectiles at Pueblo Chemical Depot (Compass Series (Washington, D.C.).)
These will not be baseline system MDMs but new machines that would have to be developed and tested. Prototype testing would take place at the Chemical Demilitarization Training Facility in Aberdeen, Maryland. The new machines will not pull the burster well; they will instead open the agent cavity and verify that it is open (see Appendix A for cross-sectional views of projectiles). Four options were originally considered (Thompson, 2000b): • drilling or milling the top of the munitions off center • cutting through the burster well • punching the munition from the side to penetrate the shell • pressing the adapter base (the fitting at the top of the shell casing into which the fuze housing is inserted) down into the munition so the top of the shell is opened The Army has eliminated the first two options, and it is expected to recommend either the third or fourth option by mid-August 2001 (Thomas, 2001).
A Phase 1 QRA is completed prior to facility construction as a component of the EIS. A Phase 1 QRA provides only a point estimate (an assessment without consideration of uncertainty) of public risk from accidental releases of agent. A Phase 2 QRA, which is based on the constructed plant facilities and operations, assesses both public and worker risk from accidental releases and plant upsets. The HRA, which is typically prepared by the Army as part of the RCRA permitting process, considers routine emissions and off-normal operations and assesses all possible human health risks at the site deriving from releases of agent, other emissions, or operating procedures.
Army, 2000d). In short, the final process configuration would only be apparent after each component of the modified baseline process had been evaluated separately. Delays in obtaining permits and approvals of the modifications could make a modification impractical compared with the baseline system because the treaty deadline might not be met. S. Army, 2000d): • Pursue explosive separation as a remote manual operation in an ECR. • Perform explosive separation in a separate facility with PMDs/ECRs, assuming state regulatory authorities will agree to an accelerated permit schedule.
A Modified Baseline Incineration Process for Mustard Projectiles at Pueblo Chemical Depot (Compass Series (Washington, D.C.).) by Committee on Review and Evaluation of the Army Chemical Stockpile Disposal Program, Board on Army Science and Technology, National Research Council