By Committee on Review and Evaluation of the Army Chemical Stockpile Disposal Program, Board on Army Science and Technology, National Research Council
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A number of improvements are being incorporated into the design (Webster, 2000). The conveyers will have a higher load capacity than those in the normal baseline system design and will have individual motor-driven rollers. Water-spray flow valves will be upgraded. The inlet gasket channel will be redesigned to prevent dislodging of the gasket. A third standby automatic continuous air monitoring system (ACAMS) monitor will be installed in the emissions monitoring system. The MPF will be the only source of stack emissions unless a DFS is also installed.
Another is whether fully frozen munitions can be introduced safely into the MPF, or if another approach would be equally safe and more cost effective—perhaps one that does not require freezing. A third example is whether the new machinery to cut open or drill 24 A MODIFIED BASELINE INCINERATION PROCESS FOR MUSTARD PROJECTILES AT PUEBLO CHEMICAL DEPOT frozen munitions can be developed, tested, and acquired in time to meet the destruction schedule of the Pueblo stockpile by the CWC treaty deadline date.
A plan based on these results should also be developed for handling and disposing of all secondary wastes from processing the Pueblo stockpile, including demilitarization protective ensemble suits and hoses, spent carbon filter materials, scrubber brine solutions, plant cleaning wastes, and dunnage. 3 The Modified Baseline Process INTRODUCTION DESCRIPTION OF THE MODIFIED BASELINE PROCESS The modified baseline process derived from the experiences at JACADS and considered in this report has been tailored to meet the requirements for disposal of the mustard agent munitions stockpile of projectiles and mortar shells at PCD.
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