Pueblo Chemical Stockpile Outreach Office
The Pueblo Chemical Stockpile Outreach Office, located at 104 W. B St. in Pueblo, Colorado, is now open and receiving walk-in visitors. In coordination with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, we continue to take precautions to help reduce the spread of COVID-19. Per a Department of Defense directive on July 28, 2021, due to substantial or high community transmission rates, all staff and visitors must wear a face mask in the office, regardless of the person’s vaccination status.
At the outreach office, you can learn more about the chemical weapons destruction project, including information on how PCAPP is destroying the Pueblo chemical weapons stockpile using neutralization followed by biotreatment and Static Detonation Chamber units.
Visitors may view displays and examine models of chemical weapons at the outreach office. Please visit the PEO ACWA YouTube page to watch project videos that showcase plant progress as well as provide information on how chemical weapons are being destroyed at PCAPP. As part of your visit, we invite you to provide feedback on the project through the online questionnaire.
Project management staff is currently available to speak at meetings in compliance with restrictions on large public gatherings. However, online presentations can be arranged. Please call us at (719) 546-0400 to speak with a staff member to receive information about PCAPP to share with your business or organization.
Job seekers are encouraged to visit the Job and Business Opportunities page for more information and current job openings at the Pueblo plant.
The office also maintains information about the Program Executive Office, Assembled Chemical Weapons Alternatives, the U.S. Army Pueblo Chemical Depot and environmental laws and compliance.
Outreach Office staff appreciate the community’s support and cooperation, as well as their continued interest in the project.