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WESTERN DEMILITARIZATION FACILITY, HAWTHRONE NEVADA
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MCALESTER ARMY AMMUNITION PLANT
TM 9-1300-277
Table 9-3. Conventional Ammunition Demilitarization Facilities-an a Capabilities(DESCOM)
CRANE ARMY AMMUNITION ACTIVITY
Disassembly
Deactivation
facilities
Washout
furnace
Detonation
Open burning
Bldg 146-
Steamout Facility op-
2 Deactivation Furnaces
30 Detonation Sites
1 Large Site with
Substantial dividing
erational with
with pollution con-
with the following
7
walls separate op-
pollution abatement.
trol systems.
restrictions: 500
burning Hawk
erational bays.
pounds per site
Missile Motors.
Power conveyors.
1 Small Primer Popping
with earth cover.
Presently inac-
Powder collection
Washout Plant opera-
Furnace with air and
tive-used for
system.
tional ( high
water pollution con-
Existing environmen-
explosive smoke-
Disassembly and break-
pressure),
trol systems.
tal constraint of
less or detona-
down equipment.
Pollution abatement
open demolition area
tion by flashing.
not required.
FY80 1 APE 1236 Furnace
is variance from
with KIT E010 Air Po-
Indiana Air Pollution
2 Primer pits
llution System. Has
Control Board which
1 Incinerary pit
been deferred due to
is renewed annually.
1 Burning cage
lack of need per
3 Surface impoundment
Indiana Air Pollution
7 Burning pads
Control Board.
2 Open pits
*CAAA is operating both explosive burning and explosive detonation sites under the provisions of APC-2, the Indiana Air Pollution Regulation that allows open burning and/or
detonation of hazardous material. The permit (called a variance) that allows CAAA to operate these facilities is renewable on a calendar year basis. CAAA has been assured
that the EPA has approved Indiana's SIP, and that the state APCB expects to continue renewing the permit indefinitely.
HAWTHORNE ARMY AMMUNITION PLANT
Bldg 117-10*
Bldg 117-5*
Bldg 102-31*
20 Detonation Sites
2 Open Burning Areas
60MM thru 6" projec-
Melting of main
2 Deactivation Furnaces
Detonation restric-
Current environmen-
tiles/all cartridge
charge explosive
tions; 3,000 pounds
tal restrictions:
cases.
in steam chambers.
Bldg 117-3*
above ground per
No burning of ma-
Small to large ex-
2 Deactivation Furnaces
site with sequential
terials containing
Bldg 117-8*
plosive items.
1 Flashing Furnace
detonations.
Phosphorus or
8" thru 16"/50 pro-
Beryllium com-
jectiles/large items,
Bldg 117-6*
Bldg 117-4*
No current environmen-
pounds.
bombs, mines, torpe-
North Tower
2 Bulk Explosive In-
tal restrictions on
does, warheads, etc.
Meltout/washout of
cinerators rated at
open detonation of
large explosive
550 pounds explosives
explosive loaded
Bldg 117-9*
items.
burning capacity per
items.
Miscellaneous small
hour each
explosive items.
Bldg 117-6*
High pressure wash-
Bldg 117-15*
out for Comp A-3
1 Large Items Flashing
loaded projectiles.
Chamber.
Hot water washout
for Expl "D' load-
ed items.
* Items meet or exceed all known safety and environmental requirements.
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