Crane Army's Conversion Plant Recycles Munitions Into New Products
Photo Credit: 1st Lt. Marshall Z Howell (AMC)
A pallet of munitions prepped for demilitarization sits outside of Crane Army Ammunition Activity's white phosphorus-to-phosphoric acid conversion plant July 22, 2014. The plant operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week and has a maximum capability of processing up to 11,500 pounds of white phosphorus in a day, producing 48,000 pounds of phosphoric acid with a 75 percent concentration.
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