Chemical Weapons Destruction Resumes At Pueblo Chemical DepotThe Army has resumed destruction of obsolete chemical weapons at the Pueblo Chemical Depot after a shutdown prompted by liquid hazardous waste seeping from a storage tank.
US Plan For Destroying Chemical Weapons Clears Legal HurdleThe Army's plan to change the way it destroys some chemical weapons stored in Colorado has met one regulatory requirement, but other steps remain.
Pueblo Chemical Weapons Destruction Plant Close To Full OperationsA Colorado plant destroying obsolete U.S. Army chemical weapons has taken a step toward resuming full operations.
US Plant That Destroys Chemical Weapons Beset By TroublesA highly automated, multibillion-dollar plant in Colorado that destroys U.S. chemical weapons is over budget, behind schedule and bedeviled by troubles that could worsen the danger to workers.
Fire At Chemical Depot Sends Up Plume Of SmokeA fire at the Army's chemical depot in Pueblo sent up a big plume of black smoke into the sky on Saturday.
Army Seeks Changes To Chemical Weapons Disposal In ColoradoThe U.S. Army wants to change the way it destroys part of its huge stockpile of obsolete chemical weapons in Colorado, but some people worry that could increase the chances of contamination escaping into the air.
Army Halts Chemical Weapons Shipments From Colorado To TexasThe impacts of Hurricane Harvey are delaying a U.S. Army operation here in Colorado.
Chemical Wastewater From Colorado Plant To Be Trucked To TexasThe U.S. Army will send hazardous wastewater from the Pueblo Chemical Depot to a destruction facility in Port Arthur, Texas.
Colorado Chemical Arms Wastewater To Be Trucked To TexasThe U.S. Army will truck hazardous wastewater from a chemical weapons destruction plant in Colorado to an incineration facility in Texas because the Colorado plant isn't yet fully operational.
Colorado Chemical Arms Waste May Be Trucked To Another StateThe U.S. Army is considering trucking hazardous wastewater from a chemical weapons destruction plant in Colorado to another state because the plant isn't yet fully operational.
Chemical Weapons Destruction Plant Could Face LayoffsAn Army contractor says about 2 percent of the workers at a Colorado plant destroying chemical weapons could face layoffs or furloughs.
Work Resumes At Colorado Plant Destroying Chemical WeaponsThe Army has resumed the destruction of chemical weapons at a plant in Colorado after fixing a leak that caused a hazardous waste spill.
Wastewater Leaks At Plant Destroying Chemical WeaponsAbout 450 gallons of hazardous wastewater leaked from a tank at a Colorado plant where chemical weapons are being destroyed, the Army said Friday.
Army Begins Destroying Chemical Weapons In ColoradoThe Army has begun destroying the nation's largest remaining stockpile of chemical weapons in an automated plant in southern Colorado.
U.S. Set To Destroy Big Chemical Weapon Stockpile In ColoradoThe U.S. Army plans to start operating a $4.5 billion plant next week that will destroy the nation's largest remaining stockpile of mustard agent, complying with an international treaty that bans chemical weapons, officials said Wednesday.