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  • The Newport Chemical Depot began VX stockpile elimination using chemical neutralization in 2005.
  • Chemical neutralization offers another advantage : the possibility of mobile laboratories traveling to far-flung stockpiles.
  • The organization is a loose network of local groups that generally prefer chemical neutralization to incineration.
  • Williams'group advocates another method of destruction called chemical neutralization, but the Army contends incineration is just as safe.
  • The groups typically are alarmed at burning such killers and are lobbying for chemical neutralization as a safer option.
  • Another four sites _ at Newport, Indiana, Blue Grass, Kentucky, Edgewood, Delaware, and Pueblo, Colorado _ use chemical neutralization.
  • The Army then began a study of disposal technologies, including the assessment of incineration as well as chemical neutralization methods.
  • A chemical neutralization plant was built on the proving ground and neutralized the last of this stockpile in February 2005.
  • Congress also earmarked $ 88 million to test eight alternative disposal technologies, virtually all using some form of chemical neutralization process.
  • The groups who filed the lawsuit Tuesday, however, contend the aging munitions should be destroyed by chemical neutralization rather than incineration.
  • But in the brewing fight over lucrative contracts to destroy the world's chemical weapons, chemical neutralization is moving to the front over incineration.
  • About 31, 000 tons of lethal chemical agents were slated for destruction under the Army's supervision, either through incineration or through chemical neutralization.
  • In wastewater treatment, chemical neutralization methods are often applied to reduce the damage that an effluent may cause upon release to the environment.
  • "Chemical neutralization is a terrific idea, " she continued, estimating that Utah's nerve agent stocks could be chemically neutralized for about $ 75 million.
  • Next week another U . S . company with patented chemical neutralization technology will send one sales team to Moscow and another to Tokyo.
  • The group is advocating a chemical neutralization process instead, a newer technology the Army uses at four of eight chemical storage sites around the country.
  • NanoScale developed, manufactured, and sold nano-crystalline metal oxides and other materials for a wide array of applications, including odor neutralization, hazardous chemical neutralization, and environmental remediation.
  • It looked at chemical neutralization ( mixing toxic agents with other agents to form less toxic byproducts ) and destroyed 8 million pounds of GB nerve agent in the process.
  • But delays have plagued the two other sites _ in Richmond, Kentucky, where anti-burning activists forced the Army to convert to chemical neutralization, and in Pueblo, Colorado, where neutralization may not begin until 2009.
  • Local and state politicians have long acted on the assurance that most residents preferred incineration to other methods _ like chemical neutralization _ and that only a vocal minority, mostly college professors and malcontents, opposed it.
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