Pueblo Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant Construction Photos - January 2011

By Ms. Kristen Szydloski (AMC)January 24, 2011

An Air Handling Unit is now installed in the Agent Processing Building.
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The treated water from the Immobilized Cell Bioreactors is stored and equalized in these Brine Concentrator Feed Tanks prior to the liquid being fed to the Brine Reduction System.
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The evaporator (lower left corner), hydrolysate storage tanks (left) and two English Boiler Stacks are all part of the Biotreatment Area.
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Two Munitions Treatment Units will thermally treat empty munition bodies to ensure residual agent destruction.
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All three Projectile Mortar Disassembly Systems have been installed in the Explosion Containment Rooms.
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