Pueblo Chemical Stockpile Outreach Office

At the outreach office, you can learn more about the chemical weapons destruction project, including information on how the Pueblo Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant (PCAPP) is destroying the U.S. chemical weapons stockpile in Colorado utilizing 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.

Project management staff is available to speak at meetings and 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.

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.

Pueblo Chemical Stockpile Outreach Office

Pueblo Chemical Stockpile Outreach Office
104 W. B St.
Pueblo, Colorado 81003
(719) 546-0400 or email PuebloOutreach@iem.com

Closed on federal holidays.

Colorado Chemical Demilitarization Citizens’ Advisory Commission

Another key element of the destruction program is the Colorado Chemical Demilitarization Citizens’ Advisory Commission, or CAC. The CAC serves as a bridge between the community and the government, by providing a forum for exchanging information on chemical weapons, offering opportunities for public involvement, and representing community and state interests to the Army and Department of Defense. The Colorado CAC meets on a monthly basis with PCAPP representatives and other government officials. The meetings are open to the public, and the community is encouraged to participate. Until further notice, CAC meetings are being held online. You can view CAC meeting videos by date.

Want to learn more about the CAC?

For more information about public laws that govern CACs, read the CAC Legislation Facts Page. For additional information, contact Jeannine Natterman, Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) at (888) 569-1831, Ext. 3303, or jeannine.natterman@state.co.us.

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

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