Now the Program Executive Office, Assembled Chemical Weapons Alternatives, or PEO ACWA, has completed chemical weapons destruction in Kentucky and Colorado, local community members will continue to play an important role in the closure process. Public input and participation have been key components of the program since 1997, when ACWA implemented a public participation process known as the ACWA Dialogue to engage stakeholders. The Dialogue brought together representatives from the Department of Defense, state, tribal and federal government regulators, and diverse citizen interest groups, to work side-by-side with ACWA in selecting chemical weapons destruction technologies. Stakeholder input and involvement will remain a cornerstone of the program. Read on to learn how to access additional information or to get involved.

How can you get involved?

You may call or email outreach office staff in Richmond, Kentucky, and Pueblo, Colorado, with questions and to receive information about the program. Our goal is to inform the public about our chemical destruction projects.

Blue Grass Chemical Stockpile Outreach Office
1000 Commercial Dr., Suite 2
Richmond, Kentucky 40475
(859) 626-8944 or email
Closed on federal holidays.

Pueblo Chemical Stockpile Outreach Office
104 W. B Street
Pueblo, Colorado 81003
(719) 546-0400 or email
Closed on federal holidays.

Additionally, both the Kentucky and Colorado Chemical Demilitarization Citizens’ Advisory Commissions, or CACs, conduct public meetings regularly. CACs are governor-appointed commissions that were formed to serve as a bridge between the community and the government by providing a forum for exchanging information about chemical weapons disposal. Their meetings are open to all members of the public who are interested in learning more about post-destruction plant closure activities in Kentucky and Colorado. For more information on the CACs, along with upcoming meeting dates and locations, visit the Kentucky and Colorado Public Involvement sections of our website.

Upcoming Public Meetings

In Kentucky:

Please check back later.

In Colorado:

  • The public is invited to a discussion regarding the Class 2 Permit Modification Request B073, Equipment Disassembly and Containerization, to the PCAPP Resource Conservation and Recovery Act Permit, No. CO-20-09-02-01, and a Temporary Authorization request for disassembly and waste containerization of other specific equipment on Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2024, at 2 p.m.

    Computer: Zoom
    Phone: 1 (719) 359-4580 Meeting ID: ‪837 6247 4206#

    For information, please contact Sandy Romero, Bechtel Communications Manager, (719) 549-5280 or by email at or the Pueblo Chemical Stockpile Outreach Office staff at (719) 549‑4959 or

  • Permitting Working Group, Biotreatment Utilization Group and Colorado Chemical Demilitarization Citizens’ Advisory Commission Meetings will be held on Jan. 31, 2024, at 3 p.m. MT.

    Computer: Zoom
    Phone: 1 (669) 444 9171 Meeting ID: ‪844 3279 1550#

    For information, please contact the Pueblo Chemical Stockpile Outreach Office at (719) 549‑4959, or

Learn more about the Colorado Citizens’ Advisory Commission.

Learn more about the Kentucky Chemical Demilitarization Citizens’ Advisory Commission and the Chemical Destruction Community Advisory Board.

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