Appendix A
Tables Illustrative of a Variety of Non-Stockpile Items

Tables A-1 through A-4, reprinted from an earlier report (NRC, 2005), show inventories of non-stockpile items that have been stored at various military sites for eventual treatment and disposal. The tables are reproduced here to illustrate the variety of non-stockpile items that exist and that could be encountered during future recovery operations at non-stockpile burial sites.

REFERENCES

NRC. 2005. Impact of Revised Airborne Exposure Limits on Non-Stockpile Chemical Materiel Program Activities. Washington, D.C.: The National Academies Press.

Verrill, D., and J. Salcedo. 2001. X300P90 Characterization Project. Preliminary Data Review, May 14. Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md.: Product Manager for Non-Stockpile Chemical Materiel.



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Review of International Technologies for Destruction of Recovered Chemical Warfare Materiel Appendix A Tables Illustrative of a Variety of Non-Stockpile Items Tables A-1 through A-4, reprinted from an earlier report (NRC, 2005), show inventories of non-stockpile items that have been stored at various military sites for eventual treatment and disposal. The tables are reproduced here to illustrate the variety of non-stockpile items that exist and that could be encountered during future recovery operations at non-stockpile burial sites. REFERENCES NRC. 2005. Impact of Revised Airborne Exposure Limits on Non-Stockpile Chemical Materiel Program Activities. Washington, D.C.: The National Academies Press. Verrill, D., and J. Salcedo. 2001. X300P90 Characterization Project. Preliminary Data Review, May 14. Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md.: Product Manager for Non-Stockpile Chemical Materiel.

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Review of International Technologies for Destruction of Recovered Chemical Warfare Materiel TABLE A-1 Inventory of Non-Stockpile Items at the Pine Bluff Arsenal Item No. Empty No. Containing a Chemical(s) H/HD/HN/ HS/HT GA/GB/ GD VX DM/L CG/CK DF QL Other Unknown Total No. of Items Munition                         4.2-in. mortar round 596a 99a       1b       36a 732a   75-mm projectile 4a 9a                 13a   200-mm Livens projectile 3a 5a       3b         11a   4.7-in. projectile   1a                 1a   155-mm projectile 1a                 1b   105-mm projectile                 1a 1b   M70A1 bomb (poss. explosive) 6a 3a                 9b   150-mm German Traktor rocket w/expended motor 224a 184a                 408a   150-mm German Traktor rocket w/unexpended motor 13a 18a                 31a   150-mm German Traktor rocket w/warhead only 26a 12a                 38a     Subtotal 873a 331a       4b       37a 1,245a Chemical sample containerc                         Ton container   2d 2d               4d   4-in. cylinder   2d                 2d Lab sample container     14d 7d             21d   Vial (L)         1b           1b     Subtotal   4d 16d 7d 1b           28d Chemical agent ID set (CAIS)                         Mustard (H/HD/HS)   5,764b                 5,764b   Nitrogen mustard (HN-1 and -3)   50b                 50b   Lewisite (L)         397b           397b   Chloropicrin (PS)                 396b   396b   Phosgene (CG)           396b         396b   Chloroacetophenone (CN)                 17b   17   Adamsite (DM)         17b           17b   Triphosgene (TP)                 17b   17b   Cyanogen chloride (CK)           33b         33b   Diethyl malonate, etc. (GS)                 33b   33b     Subtotal   5,814b     414b 429b     463b   7,120b   Binary agent precursor                         M20             56,764d       56,764d   Drum             7d 291d     298d     Subtotal             56,771d 291d     57,062d   Empty ton containere         4,375b           4,375b   Total 873a 6,146a 2b 2b 4,789b 433b 56,771d 291d 463b 37a 69,830d aData from Verrill and Salcedo (2001). bProvided to the Committee on Review and Evaluation of the Army Non-Stockpile Chemical Materiel Disposal Program by the PMNSCM on July 10, 2001. cInventory consists of individual CAIS items, not complete CAIS. dProvided to the committee by Darryl Palmer, Office of the PMNSCM, on February 14, 2005. eSampling of some of these containers indicated that they may be contaminated with lewisite, arsenic, and/or mercury. SOURCE: Reprinted from NRC, 2005.

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Review of International Technologies for Destruction of Recovered Chemical Warfare Materiel TABLE A-2 Inventory of Non-Stockpile Items at Dugway Proving Ground (DPG) and Deseret Chemical Depot (DCD), Utaha Item Location Chemical Fill H/HD/HN/HT/HS GA/GB/GD Lewisite VX Total No. of Items Explosive munitions (4.2-in.mortar rounds) DPG 8a         Chemical sample containers               Ton container DCD 1       1   Containers, bottles, vials DPG       18b 18   Containers (39 HD, 5 HT) DCD 45       45   Ampoule DCD   1     1   Total   54 1 1 18 65 aProvided to the committee by PMNSCM on November 19, 2004. bScheduled for transport to DCD. SOURCE: Reprinted from NRC, 2005. TABLE A-3 Inventory of Non-Stockpile Items at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Marylanda Item Chemical Fill HD/HT/HS GB/GA/GD VX Lewisite CG Total Chemical sample containers               55-gallon drums (pumpkins) 10         10   30-gallon buckets (pumpkins)   5 5     10   5-pint cans (vials or bottles) 3   16     19   Steel cylinders   12       12   Multipack bottles, vials   8   9   17   DOT bottleDOT bottle     1     1 Ton container   1       1   Total 13 26 22 9   70 aProvided to the committee by PMNSCM on November 19, 2004. SOURCE: Reprinted from NRC, 2005. TABLE A-4 Inventory of Non-Stockpile Items at Anniston Chemical Activity, Alabamaa Item Chemical Fill HD/HT GB VX Total Chemical sample containers           Vials   36   36   DOT bottles 5   7 12 Ton containers   2   2   Total 5 38 7 50 aProvided to the committee by PMNSCM on November 19, 2004. SOURCE: Reprinted from NRC, 2005.

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