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Disposal of Neutralent Wastes B Committee Meetings and Other Activities 1 First Committee Meeting, June 15–17, 1999 National Research Council, Washington, D.C. Presentations: Opening Remarks, Program Update, Year 2 Task and Sponsor Expectations Wayne Jennings Project Manager, Non-Stockpile Chemical Materiel (PMNSCM) Current Status of Rapid Response System (RRS) Larry Friedman PMNSCM Current Status of Munitions Management Device (MMD)-1/2/3 Alan Caplan and Jerry Hawks PMNSCM Current Status of the Explosive Destruction System (EDS) and Single CAIS Neutralization System (SCANS) Mike Duggan and Ed Doyle PMNSCM Current Status of Munitions Assessment and Processing System (MAPS), Portable Isotopic Neutron Spectroscopy (PINS), Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry (SIMS), and Raman Spectroscopy Ed Doyle and Bill Brankowitz PMNSCM RRS and MMD Neutralization Wastes and Existing/ Expected Recovered Chemical Warfare Materiel to be Treated and Air Monitoring John Gieseking PMNSCM Plan and Current Status of the Army's Assembled Chemical Weapons Assessment (ACWA) Program Carl Eissner Soldier and Biological Chemical Command Plan and Current Status of the Alternative Technologies and Approaches Project Nick Levitt Project Manager, Alternative Technologies and Approaches Plan and Current Status of Mitretek Technology Survey Project for PMNSCM George Bizzigotti Mitretek Public and Stakeholder Concerns Elizabeth Crowe Non-Stockpile Citizens Coalition Plan and Current Status of Stone & Webster Technology Survey Project for PMNSCM Joseph Cardito Stone & Webster Engineering Corporation 1 The committee gathered additional information via telephone conference calls and by other means. Details are available on line at: http://www4nas.edu/cets/dmst.nsf/
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Disposal of Neutralent Wastes Closing Comments Col. Ned Libby PMNSCM Second Committee Meeting Tour of Training Facility and Briefings August 31–September 1, 1999 Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland Presentations: Tour of Chemical Demilitarization Training Facility Andrew Roach Project Manager, Chemical Demilitarization Operations Tour of Explosive Destruction System Ray DiBerardio Non-Stockpile Chemical Materiel ACWA Report Findings Robert Beaudet, chair Committee on Review and Evaluation of Alternative Technologies for Demilitarization of Assembled Chemical Weapons Non-Stockpile Program Status LTC Chris Ross Program Manager, NSPCM Third Committee Meeting, October 14–15, 1999 National Research Council, Woods Hole, Massachusetts Presentations: Non-Stockpile Program Status LTC Chris Ross/Wayne Jennings NSPCM ACWA Program James Richmond ACWA Program Stone & Webster Progress Report Joseph Cardito Stone & Webster Mobile Alternative Demilitarization Technologies Dr. Francis W. (Bill) Holm Consultant Fourth Committee Meeting, December 15–16, 1999 National Research Council, Washington, D.C. Two-day writing session. No presentations. Fifth Committee Meeting, February 22–23, 2000 National Research Council, Washington, D.C. Presentations: Stone & Webster Progress Report Joseph Cardito Stone & Webster Non-Stockpile Chemical Weapons Citizens Coalition Elizabeth Crowe Non-Stockpile Chemical Weapons Citizens Coalition Sixth Committee Meeting, May 8–9, 2000 National Research Council, Washington, D.C. Presentation: U.S. Army Non-Stockpile Chemical Materiel Product (NSCMP) Project Overview/Status William R. Brankowitz Deputy Product Manager, NSCMP Seventh Committee Meeting, August 29–30, 2000 National Research Council, Woods Hole, Massachusetts Presentations: Non-Stockpile Program Status LTC Chris Ross/Wayne Jennings NSPCM Stone & Webster Progress Report Joseph Cardito Stone & Webster Transportable Batch Hydrothermal Oxidizer for Non-stockpile Chemical Material Brent L. Haroldson and Ben Wu Sandia National Laboratories
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Disposal of Neutralent Wastes SITE VISITS Dugway Proving Ground, Utah, and Deseret Chemical Depot, Utah, August 3–4, 1999 Site Team John C. Allen Joan B. Berkowitz Judith A. Bradbury Martin C. Edelson Sidney J. Green Douglas M. Medville Winifred G. Palmer Ronald L. Woodfin NRC Staff Michael Clarke Delphine D. Glaze Gregory Eyring Tour of Rapid Response System at Deseret Chemical Depot Hosts: Michael Nuttle, Harold Oliver, Walter Levi, Brett Simms Meeting with Utah Citizens Advisory Council (CAC) CAC members present: Dave Ostler, Rosemary Holt, John Matthews, Dan Bauer Tour of Supercritical Water Oxidation Facility at Dugway Proving Ground Hosts: William Dement, Charles Donaldson, Andrew Nifsi, Beryl Schwartz, Robert Edgin, Donald Spina, Bud Salzburg, Michael Spritzer ViVendor Test Facility, San Diego, California, March 2, 2000 Site Team Robert A. Beaudet Judith A. Bradbury Martin C. Edelson Douglas M. Medville Greg Eyring Jane Williams (Sierra Club) Tour of Ventless Incineration at ViVendor Test Facility Host: Gere Johansing CerOx Corporation, Reno, Nevada, March 21, 2000 Site Team Richard J. Ayen Robert A. Beaudet Joan B. Berkowitz Paul F. Kavanaugh Sterling J. Rideout (NRC study director) Tour of CerOx Corporation Electrochemical Cerium Process Hosts: Dr. Steven Oberg (University of Nevada-Reno), Marty Scanlon, Thomas Neustedter, Fred Coppotelli Meeting with EPA Regulators, Stephen Heare, Jeffrey Gaines, and Carl Duly (via telephone), Rosslyn, Virginia, April 28, 2000 Site Team Judith A. Bradbury Douglas M. Medville William J.Walsh Sterling J. Rideout (NRC study director)
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