The Chemical Materials Agency (CMA), requested the National Academies' Board on Army Science and Technology to examine the current state of closure activities for the Tooele Chemical Agent Disposal Facility (TOCDF) and the Chemical Agent Munitions Disposal System (CAMDS). In this brief interim report, the Committee on Review and Assessment of Closure Plans for the Tooele Chemical Agent Disposal Facility and the Chemical Agent Munitions Disposal System addresses some of the issues pertaining to closure at the TOCDF and CAMDS facilities. It also provides insights into what the committee believes are important parameters to ensure the success of the CMA's closure program for these and CMA facilities at other locations. This interim report is to be followed by another report, which will use these parameters to conduct a comprehensive assessment of closure activities and issues.
For this interim report, the committee examined the current status of closure plans for both the TOCDF and CAMDS based on presentations by key members of CMA staff and the systems contractor. It then developed a set of parameters based on this high-level evaluation to help ensure a consistently effective approach to the closures of the four currently operating CMA chemical agent disposal facilities. The committee also assessed regulatory requirements imposed by the state of Utah, where TOCDF and CAMDS are located.
National Research Council. 2010. Review and Assessment of Closure Plans for the Tooele Chemical Agent Disposal Facility and the Chemical Agent Munitions Disposal System: Letter Report. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. https://doi.org/10.17226/12838.
|Assessment Criteria and Status Review of Closure Planning for TOCDF and CAMDS||7-13|
|TOCDF CLOSURE STATUS AND ISSUES||14-16|
|CAMDS CLOSURE STATUS AND ISSUES||17-23|
|Attachment A Statement of Task||24-24|
|Attachment B Acronyms and Abbreviations||25-25|
|Attachment C Committee Members||26-26|
|Attachment D Acknowledgement of Reviewers||27-27|
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