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Appendix E Management Practices for U.S. Army Planned RCWM Recovery and Emergency Response 119

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120 Rough Timeline Active Army Installation – FUDS BRAC Active Army CONUS Installation Alaska/Hawaii Realigning/Closing BRAC Installation Commander COE Installation Army Regs. Office Installation Commander RESPONSE 50-6 190-11 385-72 Commander PACOM COE Contractor Local EOD USARPAC/USARAK AOC Local EOD CERCLA 20th Support AOC CERCLA / RCRA CERCLA / RCRA 0 - 2 Days CERCLA / RCRA FORSCOM 20th Support Command Command FORSCOM 20th Support Command 20th Support Notification Process Command • NSCMP Executes Assessment and Destruction of RCWM * Planning/Fund Resource • NSCMP Sustains Firehouse crews and equipment CARA* CMA (NSCMP)* Less Than 30 Munitions From 31 to 600 Munitions Over 600 Munitions PLANNING Site Investigation (SI) or Remedial Action (RA) Site Investigation (SI) or Remedial Action (RA) Site Investigation (SI) or Remedial Action (RA) PACKAGING DERP DERP DERP •NSCMP Maintains an Inventory of 1,422 Certified • NSCMP Maintains an Inventory of 1,422 Certified •NSCMP Maintains an Inventory of 1,422 Certified Funding (I&E) Funding (I&E) Funding (I&E) MRCs, SRCs and Procures/Tests Replacements MRCs, SRCs and Procures/Tests Replacements MRCs, SRCs and Procures/Tests Replacements Cost Benefit Analysis For Assessment Operations •N SCMP Designs , Develop and Implements •N SCMP Maintains the MMAS fleet of 3 units and ASSESSMENT CAMD, D Reimbursable •N SCMP Maintains the MMAS fleet of 3 units and Assessment Solution Procures Replacement Vehicles Funding Procures Replacement Vehicles Funding to – CARA Provides Staffing to Implement •N SCMP Provides Funding for Crew Retention and 18 (CMA) – CARA Operates the MMAS PM NSCM Assessment Solution Deployments per FY • Director, CMA Appoints all MARB Members • Director, CMA Appoints all MARB Members – CARA Operates the MMAS •N SCMP has Programmatic Responsibility for MARB •N SCMP has Programmatic Responsibility for MARB • Director, CMA Appoints all MARB Members – Provides Funding and Maintains Records – Provides Funding and Maintains Records •N SCMP has Programmatic Responsibility for MARB – • Director CMA is the Army’s MARB Signatory • Director CMA is the Army’s MARB Signatory Provides Funding and Maintains Records Determining the Liability Condition, Munition Type & Determining the Liability Condition, Munition Type & • Director CMA is the Army’s MARB Signatory Fill or Recovered Materiel (RCRA term is the Fill or Recovered Materiel (RCRA term is the Determining the Liability Condition, Munition Type & Fill “Generator”) “Generator”) or Recovered Materiel (RCRA term is the “Generator”) Cost Benefit Analysis For Technology Selection/ Destruction Operations DERP DERP STORAGE Long Lead Time • CMA (NSCMP) Coordinates Storage On-site • CMA (NSCMP) Coordinates Storage On-site (if • CMA (NSCMP) Coordinates Storage On-site Funding (I&E) Funding (I&E) Purchase – O&M, or at Nearest Military Installation or at Nearest Military Installation Required) or at Nearest Military Installation R&D, PROC, or MCA • NSCMP Manages all Aspects of Destruction CAMD, D TREATMENT • NSCMP Manages all Aspects of Destruction Reimbursable Operations Operations Funding Funding to • NSCMP Manages all Aspects of Destruction • NSCMP Maintains the Inventory of 174 SCANS and • NSCMP Maintains the Inventory of 174 SCANS and (CMA) PM NSCM Operations Procures Replacements Procures Replacements • NSCMP Designs and Implements a Destruction – CARA Operates SCANS – CARA Operates SCANS Solution • NSCMP Maintains the EDS fleet of 5 units and • NSCMP Maintains the EDS fleet of 5 units and – CARA/ECBC Potential Operators Procures Replacements Procures Replacements • NSCMP Trains all Crews • NSCMP Provides Funding for EDS Core Retention • NSCMP Provides Funding for EDS Core Retention and Crew Augmentation to Support Deployments • NSCMP Develops and Negotiates all Destruction and Crew Augmentation to Support Deployments Plans, Site Plans, Permits, and Safety Documentation – ECBC Operates the EDS – ECBC Operates the EDS • NSCMP Funds 2 EDS Deployments (5 items each) • NSCMP Trains all Crews and 2 SCANS deployments (25 items each) per FY • NSCMP Develops and Negotiates all Destruction • NSCMP Trains all Crews Plans, Site Plans, Permits, and Safety • NSCMP Develops and Negotiates all Destruction Documentation Plans, Site Plans, Permits, and Safety Documentation WASTE • CMA (NSCMP) Disposes of Waste Generated by • CMA (NSCMP) Disposes of Waste Generated by • CMA (NSCMP) Disposes of Waste Generated by Destruction Operations Destruction Operations Destruction Operations DISPOSAL • CMA (NSCMP) Closes Destruction Operations • CMA (NSCMP) Closes Destruction Operations • CMA (NSCMP) Closes Destruction Operations Site AND SITE Site Site CLOSURE FIGURE E-1 Management practices for U.S. Army planned RCWM recovery at burial locations. SOURCE: David Hoffman, chief, Operations Team, Non-Stockpile Chemical Materiel FIGURE E-1 Management Practices for U.S. Army Project, “Non-Stockpile Chemical Materiel Project Equipment and Capabilities Overview,” presentation to the committee on September 29, 2011. Planned RCWM Recoivery at Burial Locations.eps LANDSCAPE

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Green - Commands Funded by DERP Yellow - Commands Funded by CAMD, D Rough Active Army Installation – Other Service Organizations Private Sector FUDS BRAC DERP Active Army CONUS Installation Army Regs. Timeline Funding Alaska/Hawaii Realigning/Closing 50-6 190-11 385-72 Local Commander (I&E) BRAC Installation Commander COE COE Active Installation Authorities Office Installation Commander Remediation RESPONSE Commander Director of Military PACOM Services COE Contractor AOC Local EOD USARPAC/USARAK AOC Local EOD AOC CERCLA CERCLA 20th Support AOC CERCLA / RCRA CERCLA / RCRA CERCLA / RCRA CERCLA / RCRA FORSCOM 20th Support 20th Support Command FORSCOM Command Command FORSCOM 0 - 2 Days CAMD, D 20th Support Funding Command 20th Support 20th Support (CMA) Notification Process Command Command • NSCMP Executes Assessment and Destruction of RCWM CMA (NSCMP) CARA • NSCMP Sustains Firehouse crews and equipment PACKAGING • NSCMP Maintains an Inventory of 1,422 CARA ARA C Packages Certified MRCs, SRCs and Procures/Tests CMA (NSCMP) Items 1 Day Replacements • Director, CMA Appoints all MARB ASSESSMENT Members MARB Provides Convene CARA Deploys CMA (NSCMP) • NSCMP Maintains the • 10 Permanent Voting Members Determination of Fill MARB MMAS MMAS fleet of 3 units and • Several Non-Voting and Ad -hoc Procures Replacement Members • NSCMP has Programmatic Vehicles MARB Provides Responsibility – Provides Funding Recommended Disposition 1-11 Days and Maintains Records • NSCMP Provides Funding for Crew Director CMA is the Army’s MARB Signatory Determining the Liability Condition, Retention Munition Type & Fill or Recovered Materiel (RCRA term is the “Generator”) • NSCMP Funds 18 Deployments per FY CWM Declared by CWC • CMA (NSCMP) Coordinates STORAGE • NSCMP Maintains 13 IHFs and Procures CMA (NSCMP) – Sites and Item Placed in (if Storage On-site or at Replacements Declares Storage Location Required) Nearest Military Installation Storage Treat Pack - • NSCMP Maintains the Inventory of CMA (NSCMP) – TREATMENT CMA (NSCMP) – 174 SCANS and Procures Coordinate/Negotiate With CARA/ECBC Site Manager Site Management Replacements Physical Site Setup 1,2 • NSCMP Maintains the EDS fleet of 5 CMA (NSCMP) – units and Procures Replacements Develop/Negotiate Destruction Plans* CMA (NSCMP) – • NSCMP Provides Funding for EDS CARA Operates Conduct Preoperational Core Retention Survey CMA (NSCMP) – SCANS VARIES Develop/Negotiate Site Plans* • NSCMP Provides Funding for Crew Site/CARA Augmentation to Support Transports Item CMA (NSCMP) – CMA (NSCMP) – Deployments to Site Authorize Start of Develop/Negotiate Operations Environmental Permits* • NSCMP Funds 2 EDS Deployments CBARR Operates (5 items each) and 2 SCANS EDS CMA (NSCMP) – deployments (25 items each) per FY RCWM RCAIS Develop/Negotiate Safety * Requires DHHS Approval Documentation* • NSCMP Trains all Crews WASTE CMA (NSCMP) – DISPOSAL CMA (NSCMP) – TSDF – Destroy Waste Pick-up/Ship Waste AND SITE Identify TSDF (NSCMP Contractor) Treat - under NSCMP Contract Closure CLOSURE Laws: 1 House Appropriations Report 101-882 – Establishment of Chemical Demilitarization Program SCANS: 1) Planning – 7w, 2) Setup – 1w*, 3) Ops. – Varies* PL 102-484, 1992 – Non-Stockpile Report (S&A) 2 Orange – CMA/PMNSCM Project Management Execution PL 99-145, 1985 – Environmental and Safety EDS: 1) Planning – 6-24w, 2) Setup – 3-8w*, 3) Ops. – Varies* PL 103-337, 1994 – Transport of Non-Stockpile Materiel Blue – CMA/PMNSCM Funded Blue Collar Operators * Dependent on location, site preparation required, and quantity and configuration of item PL 91-121 and 91-441 – Transportation of CWM and Notifications FIGURE E-2 Management practices for U.S. Army RCWM emergency response, executed by DASA-ECW, CMA,U.S. Army SOURCE: David Hoffman, Chief, Operations Team, FIGURE E-2 Management Practices for and PMNSCM. Non-Stockpile Chemical Materiel Project, “Non-Stockpile Chemical Materiel Project Equipment at Burial Locations.eps RCWM Emergency Response and Capabilities Overview,” presentation to the committee on September 29, 2011. LANDSCAPE 121