Blue Grass managers provided information on the disposal of non-agent-contaminated rocket motors during a public meeting June 9.
The system used to containerize and package drained rocket warheads at the Blue Grass plant is installed and tested. It was turned over to the operations team May 19.
Hydrolysate, the product of nerve-agent neutralization at the Blue Grass plant, will be destroyed at an off-site hazardous-waste treatment, storage and disposal facility in Texas, program officials announced March 3.
A Blue Grass Army Depot permit modification to allow off-site shipment of liquid waste resulting from chemical agent destruction is open for public comment through Dec. 14.