Cleanup of chemical and explosive munitions : locating, identifying contaminants, and planning for environmental remediation of land and sea military ranges and ordnance dumpsites /
"Unexploded military ordnance and highly toxic chemical munitions, some dating back to World War I, are a worldwide concern - especially at closed military bases that are being redeveloped for housing or civilian use. Experts estimate that the United States alone could spend between $50 and 250...
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