Blue Grass Chemical Stockpile Outreach Office

At the outreach office, you can learn more about the chemical weapons destruction project, including information on how the Blue Grass Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant (BGCAPP) destroyed the Blue Grass chemical weapons stockpile utilizing neutralization and Static Detonation Chamber units, and on the plant’s closure stage.

As part of your visit, we invite you to provide feedback on the project. In addition, visitors may view displays, watch project videos that provide information on how the weapons were destroyed. The office also maintains information about the Program Executive Office, Assembled Chemical Weapons Alternatives, the Blue Grass Army Depot and environmental laws and compliance.

Blue Grass Chemical Stockpile Outreach Office

Blue Grass Chemical Stockpile Outreach Office
1000 Commercial Drive, Suite 2
Richmond, KY 40475
(859) 626-8944
or email

Kentucky Chemical Demilitarization Citizens’ Advisory Commission and the Chemical Destruction Community Advisory Board

Another key element of the destruction program is the Kentucky Chemical Demilitarization Citizens’ Advisory Commission, or CAC, and its subcommittee, the Chemical Destruction Community Advisory Board, or CDCAB. The CAC and CDCAB hold joint public meetings on a quarterly basis. These meetings provide a forum for the BGCAPP staff, government officials, ACWA leadership, members of the Commission and the public to exchange information regarding the Blue Grass plant. The CAC will remain active until either the end of closure activities or upon the request of the Kentucky governor.

Want to learn more about the CAC and CDCAB?

For information about the public laws governing CACs, read the CAC Legislation Fact Sheet. For a full list of current Kentucky CAC members, view the CAC Roster. 

For a full list of CDCAB members, view the CDCAB Roster. Stakeholders may also contact the CAC Chair/CDCAB Co-Chair Craig Williams at (859) 986-7565 or or the CDCAB Co-Chair Madison County Judge-Executive Reagan Taylor at (859) 624-4700 or

To view Kentucky stakeholder recommendations to PEO ACWA visit the BGCAPP Briefings, Reports & Downloads web page.

Upcoming Meetings

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View meeting summaries from previous CAC/CDCAB meetings.

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