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Afterward the ASA coordinates the transfer of the class V to a local EOD unit or higher level ammunition activity for disposal by open burn or open detonation (0B/OD).
An alternative to open detonation, the units provided on-site treatment and neutralization of recovered chemical warfare materiel and prevented the release of vapor, blast or munition fragments from the process.
Developed as an alternative to open detonation, the transportable explosive destruction systems provide onsite treatment and neutralization of material and prevent the release of vapor, blast, and munition fragments from the process.
Developed as an alternative to open detonation, the transportable EDS provides on-site treatment and neutralization of RCWM and prevents the release of vapor, blast and munition fragments from the process.
To reduce potential hazardous metal contamination typically caused by open detonation, thermite (a compound that ignites without explosion) was used to burn most of the explosive material.
The business strategy foresees that environmental constraints will become more stringent for open burning and open detonation, which are the current, widespread explosive waste destruction methods.