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Table 9-2. Conventional Ammunition Demilitarization Facilities and Capabilities (AMCCOM)-Continued
LEXINGTON BLUE-GRASS ARMY DEPOT ACTIVITY
Disassembly
facilities
Washout
furnace
Detonation
Open burning
Bldgs 550,555,562-
APE 1300 Plant with
Bldg 273-
30 detonation sites
Burning area.
Each 18,000 sq ft
pilot model char-
Small Arms Breakdown
with electrical fir-
(Bldgs 550,555
coal filter system
Facility.
ing system.
each have powder
installed. Addi-
APE 1236 W/KIT E010
Meteorological conditions
collection systems.)
tional charcoal
dictate when munitions
Center substantial
column required.
can be burned.
wall with operational
Detonation restric-
bays.
Bldg 275-
tion: 50 lb below
Power conveyors.
Contaminated Waste
ground with 4 feet
Full complement of APE
Processor (small
earth cover; 100
disassembly and
unit) will be
lb below ground
breakdown equipment.
completed sometime
with 6 feet earth
this year.
cover.
Bldg 1166-
Disassembly barricade
Under ideal weather
for remote disas-
conditions, the
sembly of items with
upper limit may
less than 50 lb of
be used.
explosive.
NOTE: Upper limit
Bldg 1319-
seldom used because
Disassembly barricade
of blast pressures
for remote disas-
affecting neighbor-
sembly of items with
ing residences.
more than 50 lb of
explosive.
The only open burning permitted by the Kentucky Environmental Protection Agency is for propellant which has reached a point of unacceptable stability.
Detonation is restricted to H.E. loaded munition on a specific item-by-item basis by the Kentucky Environmental Protection Agency.
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