Accession Number : ADA621938
Title : Department of Defense Operational Range Sustainability through Management of Munitions Constituents
Descriptive Note : Technical rept.
Corporate Author : THOMAS JENKINS ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTING WEST LEBANON NH
Personal Author(s) : Jenkins, Thomas ; Vogel, Catherine
Report Date : 01 Apr 2014
Pagination or Media Count : 176
Abstract : This document aims to illustrate the environmental risks posed from the deposition of MC residue on ranges from live-fire training activities. Moreover, the document describes the state-of-the-art for numerous management technologies designed to slow or halt the migration of energetic compounds in soil and groundwater. This document is provided in two versions: an extended version that provides full descriptions of all background material and technologies, and a compendium document titled, Department of Defense Best Management Practices for Munitions Constituents on Operational Ranges (April 2014), which is intended as a quick reference guide.
Descriptors : *CHEMICAL PROPERTIES , *MANAGEMENT , *ORDNANCE , *PHYSICAL PROPERTIES , *RANGES(FACILITIES) , *WATER POLLUTION , ATTENUATION , CANADA , DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE , EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL , FIRES , GROUND WATER , HYDROLYSIS , LIFE CYCLES , MILITARY FACILITIES , MILITARY FORCES(FOREIGN) , RESIDUES , RISK , SAMPLING , SCENARIOS , SOILS , SURFACE WATERS , SURFACES , TRANSPORT , UNEXPLODED AMMUNITION , WETLANDS
Subject Categories : Administration and Management
Ammunition and Explosives
Environmental Health and Safety
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE