Acronyms Commonly Used in the Chemical Weapons Program


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Acronyms Commonly Used in the Chemical Weapons Program

  1. 1. Acronyms Commonly Used in the Chemical Weapons Program ACP Access Control Point ACWA Assembled Chemical Weapons AlternativesFOR MOREINFORMATION AEL Airborne Exposure LimitCONTACT: AFA Agent Filtration AreaPueblo Chemical Stockpile AGV Automated Guided VehicleOutreach Office AMC Army Materiel Command104 West B StreetPueblo, CO 81003 ANCDF Anniston Chemical Agent Disposal Facility (Alabama)(719) 546-0400 APB Agent Processing APG Aberdeen Proving Ground (Maryland)Pueblo Chemical Agent- BGCAPP Blue Grass Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant (Kentucky)Destruction Pilot Plant BNI Bechtel National, Inc.Public Affairs(719) 549-4959 BPT Bechtel Pueblo Team BRS Brine Reduction SystemU.S. Army BRAC Base Realignment and ClosurePueblo Chemical DepotPublic Affairs Office BRB Brine Reduction Building(719) 549-4135 BTA Biotreatment CAA Clean Air Act CAC Citizens’ Advisory Commission CAD Computer Aided Design CAIRA Chemical Accident/Incident Response and Assistance CAM Cavity Access Machine CAMS Continuous Air Monitoring System CDF Chemical Agent Disposal Facility CDOT Colorado Department of Transportation CDP Chemical Demilitarization Program CDPHE Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment CDTF Chemical Demilitarization Training Facility CE&T Construction, Engineering & Technology CHWR Colorado Hazardous Waste Regulations CLA Chemical Limited Area CMA Chemical Materials Agency CPRP Chemical Personnel Reliability Program CSB Control and Support Building CSDP Chemical Stockpile Disposal Program CSEPP Chemical Stockpile Emergency Preparedness Program CWCT Chemical Weapons Convention Treaty DAB Defense Acquisition Board DoD Department of Defense DOT Department of Transportation EA Environmental Assessment ECF Entry Control Facility ECR Explosion Containment Room EDS Explosive Destruction System EDT Explosive Destruction Technology EIS Environmental Impact Statement EMO Emergency Management Office EOC Emergency Operations Center ERB Enhanced Reconfiguration Building PCAPP Acronyms Commonly Used OPSEC Completed: 15 Mar 2011
  2. 2. Acronyms Commonly Used (continued)ESM Energetics Service MagazineFOAK First-of-a-KindH/HD/HT Mustard Agent TypesHAZOP Hazardous OperationHAZWOPER Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency ResponseHRA Health Risk AssessmentHTW Hazardous and Toxic WasteHVAC Heating, Ventilation, Air ConditioningICB Immobilized Cell BioreactorLPMD Linear Projectile/Mortar Disassembly (Also known as PMD)MAV Modified Ammunition VehicleMILCON Military ConstructionMINICAMS Miniature Continuous Air Monitoring SystemMPB Multipurpose BuildingMPHRA Multi-Pathway Health Risk AssessmentMSM Munitions Service MagazineMTS Munitions Tracking SystemMTU Munitions Treatment UnitNAR Northwest Access RoadNBC Nuclear, Biological, ChemicalNEPA National Environmental Policy ActNeut/Bio Neutralization/BiotreatmentNPDES National Pollutant Discharge Elimination SystemNRC National Research CouncilOTS Off-gas Treatment SystemOPCW Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical WeaponsOPP Over-Packed PalletsORO Pueblo Chemical Stockpile Outreach OfficeORR Operational Readiness ReviewOSD Office of the Secretary of DefenseOSHA Occupational Safety and Health AdministrationPAO Public Affairs OfficerPCAPP Pueblo Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant (Colorado)PCD Pueblo Chemical DepotPMACWA Program Manager Assembled Chemical Weapons AlternativesPOTW Publicly Owned Treatment WorksPPE Personal Protective EquipmentPSB Personnel Support BuildingPWG Permitting Working GroupQA Quality AssuranceRCRA Resource Conservation and Recovery ActRD&D Research, Development and DemonstrationRFP Request for ProposalSC Systems ContractorSMBM Single Munition Burster-Well MonitorSPM Site Project ManagerSOP Standard Operating ProcedureSWPPP Stormwater Pollution Prevention PlanTSDF Treatment, Storage and Disposal FacilityUSACE U.S. Army Corps of EngineersUSD (AT&L) Under Secretary of Defense (Acquisition, Technology & Logistics)VPP Voluntary Protection Programs PCAPP Acronyms Commonly Used OPSEC Completed: 15 Mar 2011