In April, Pueblo Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant (PCAPP) staff received their first pallet of 4.2-inch mortar rounds and began the process of baseline reconfiguration, the process of unpacking munitions from wooden boxes and fiberboard tubes. Upon completion of baseline reconfiguration of the 105mm projectiles in March, the Anniston Static Detonation Chamber Team processed the last propellants removed from the Pueblo stockpile. To date, more than 28,000 cartridge casings from Pueblo have been destroyed in Anniston. Construction continues on the 30-day Hydrolysate Storage Tank Enclosure. When construction is complete, the storage tanks will be protected from inclement weather and the outside elements, helping to avoid false leak alarms and eliminating time spent cleaning up water from snow melt and rain.