Jeff Brubaker, site project manager for the plant that will destroy chemical weapons, stood near equipment that will separate the warhead containing nerve agent from the rocket propellant. Brubaker led a tour Tuesday of the finished plant. Photo by Greg Kocher | Staff
Jeff Brubaker, site project manager for the plant that will destroy chemical weapons, stood near equipment that will separate the warhead containing nerve agent from the rocket propellant. Brubaker led a tour Tuesday of the finished plant. Photo by Greg Kocher | Staff
Jeff Brubaker, site project manager for the plant that will destroy chemical weapons, stood near equipment that will separate the warhead containing nerve agent from the rocket propellant. Brubaker led a tour Tuesday of the finished plant. Photo by Greg Kocher | Staff

Plant that will destroy 523 tons of chemical weapons in Madison County is finished

October 27, 2015 5:09 PM

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