April 20, 2011
By Ms. Kristen Szydloski (AMC)
Workers off-load Air Handling Units (AHU) for assembly in the Enhanced Reconfiguration Building. Air Handling Units provide heating and air conditioning to site facilities.
Placement of 1,000 cubic yards of concrete for the Brine Reduction System foundation slab makes it the largest concrete placement to date.
This photo shows the Pueblo Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant site looking west from the Pipe Rack in the Biotreatment Area. Two of the three hydrolysate storage tanks are visible on the left.
Workers repair coatings on the Immobilized Cell Bioreactor pads. The Immobilized Cell Bioreactors will biotreat hydrolysate, the byproduct of the neutralization process.
This control panel and chemical feed tank are part of the chemical feed unit for the process water cooling towers. This unit will feed dispersant, a chemical used to reduce scale formation in the cooling towers.