The public is invited to comment on a permit modification request that, if approved, would add flexibility to the destruction of drained, containerized rocket warheads containing residual amounts of nerve agent at the Blue Grass plant while maintaining the strict focus on safety.
Blue Grass plant workers are moving into the next closure stage ahead of environmental tests in the spring.
Citizens are invited to comment on an environmental permit modification request to revise stack monitoring levels when a facility returns to service at the Blue Grass plant later this year.
Increasing involvement in a Blue Grass worker-led recycling program is helping the environment and providing lasting benefits to organizers and participants.
The public is invited to comment on a permit modification request to support the destruction of GB nerve agent rocket warheads at the Blue Grass Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant.
Pueblo plant operators are seeking the Colorado state health department’s approval to operate the Static Detonation Chamber complex at full capacity after months of environmental testing and analysis.
The Blue Grass plant completed one year of hydrolysate shipments Oct. 7.
The Kentucky Department for Environmental Protection, or KDEP, is reviewing a Class 2 permit modification request related to a GB nerve agent M55 rocket processing change at the Blue Grass plant. The request asks that the plant be allowed to use an increased air-monitoring clearance level for the release of containerized, agent-drained rocket warhead skids
State officials approved two major hazardous waste permit modifications April 15 for the operation of the Blue Grass Static Detonation Chamber, or SDC, units.
A multi-disciplinary team safely removed used carbon filters from the air filtration system in the Blue Grass Explosive Destruction Technology facility.