What’s killing Staff Sergeant Wesley Black?

“This longstanding serious problem, not only in the military but in multiple locations in areas still burning waste, has serious side effects as this interview reveals. One of the designs of ThermGen® was to be able to be airlifted and placed in the battle field.

The challenge ThermGen® met in this category of safe waste reduction was to make the emissions form the destruction stage to be non toxic. ThermGen® met, and exceeded in the positive direction, the pure air standards in the SoCal Air Quality Management specifications, the most stringent requirements in the US.

ThermGen® is now available to the military and global locations where waste must be compliantly and safely destroyed.”

Pueblo, CO

Chemical Weapons: Stockpile Lingers

Camp Minden

M6 group prepares to narrow disposal alternatives

US Military

Why Is the US Military Still Burning Its Explosive Waste in the Open Air?