New disposal facilities are under construction at Blue Grass Army Depot, Kentucky, and Pueblo Chemical Depot, Colorado.
What does PCD stand for?
PCD stands for Pueblo Chemical Depot (Pueblo, Colorado)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Successful demonstration of alternatives has shifted the program's focus to managing the design and construction of neutralization pilot plants at Pueblo Chemical Depot, Colorado, and Blue Grass Army Depot, Kentucky.
Pueblo is home to the Pueblo Chemical Depot, which is one of eight chemical weapon storage sites in the continental United States and houses 2,611 tons of the chemical blister agent mustard in the form of 780,078 safely stored weapons.
BNI) to support destruction of the chemical weapons stockpile stored at the Army's Pueblo Chemical Depot, near Pueblo, Colo.
It calls for designing, building and operating a facility to destroy more than 780,000 chemical weapons stored at the Pueblo Chemical Depot, about eight percent of the country's original chemical weapons stockpile.
Chemical agent munitions continue to be safely stored at the Blue Grass Chemical Activity and at the Pueblo Chemical Depot, Colorado.
Other facilities are planned for Blue Grass Army Depot, Kentucky (2 percent), and Pueblo Chemical Depot, Colorado (8 percent).
Pueblo Chemical Depot is an Army installation encompassing more than 22,000 acres of prairie lands in southeastern Colorado that was used for chemical munitions processing.