Current Monitoring Approaches in the Chemical Demilitarization Program, Jeff Kiley, Chief, Quality Assurance, U.S. Army Chemical Materials Agency

U.S. Army Technology Research in Low-Level Contaminant Monitoring Capabilities, H. Dupont Durst, Research Directorate, U.S. Army Edgewood Chemical Biological Center

General Status Review on Low-Level Contaminant Monitoring Capabilities, R. Graham Cooks, Department of Chemistry, Purdue University

Agent Fate Program and Other Relevant Work, H. Dupont Durst, Research Directorate, U.S. Army Edgewood Chemical Biological Center

SECOND MEETING
JUNE 28-30, 2011, PUEBLO, COLORADO

Objectives

•  Conduct NRC administrative actions, including composition and balance discussion for new member, and review NRC policies on intellectual property attributions

•  Tour PCAPP site with emphasis on monitoring systems and procedures

•  Obtain relevant information from site specialists and ACWA staff

•  Review and refine draft text inputs for report

•  Refine working report outline and reassess conformance with statement of task

•  Identify additional information gathering needed

•  Plan future activities, meetings, and text development deadlines

Briefings

Update on ACWA Program Developments, Carl Anderson, ACWA Safety & Surety Engineer

PCAPP Site Orientation, Video presentation

Monitoring Strategies, Walter Waybright, PCAPP Laboratory Manager (Battelle)

Tour of Pueblo Chemical Agent Destruction Pilot Plant

Open Discussion and Question and Answer Session



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