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The US army's Deseret Chemical Depot burnt its weapons in a 1,500-degree furnace.
Today, the depot (now known as Deseret Chemical Depot [DCD]) and TOCDF continue to work together to destroy what was once the largest and most diverse stockpile of chemical weapons in the Nation.
Implementing CRISP at Deseret Chemical Depot Deseret Chemical Depot (DCD) in Tooele, Utah--CMA's most complex site--was selected as the location to begin implementation of the CRISP concept.
March 29 /PRNewswire/ -- The discovery of significant levels of mercury contamination in some mustard agent storage containers and munitions stored at Deseret Chemical Depot (DCD) will result in upcoming modifications to the chemical weapons disposal process at the Tooele Chemical Agent Disposal Facility (TOCDF), according to the U.
The incinerator now in operation at the Tooele facility -- near the Deseret Chemical depot -- will dispose of 13,616 tons of chemical agents, or approximately 44.
Deseret Chemical Depot, Utah, the Environmental Protection Agency, and our Iraq Personal Services extension, bode well for the remainder of fiscal year 2010 and forward.
The only nerve agent remaining for CMA to destroy is tabun (GA), located at the Deseret Chemical Depot.
Facilities at Newport Chemical Depot, Indiana, Anniston Army Depot, Alabama, Pine Bluff Arsenal, Arkansas, Deseret Chemical Depot, Utah, and Umatilla Chemical Depot, Oregon, continue operations.