Working at DoD installations both CONUS and OCONUS, USA has inspected, cleared, processed, and certified more than 40 million pounds of recyclable metal and 9 million pounds of non-recyclable debris screened and cleared for landfill disposal. In the past 5 years alone, USA has certified 3 million pounds of range related debris from the former Vieques Naval Training Range, Puerto Rico, in accordance with the Navy's approach to sustainable environmental remediation.
USA has the in-house expertise and demonstrated practical experience to process live, full-scale, and sub-scale practice munitions and inert practice ammunition and targets. Our process for demilitarization not only meets scrap metal industry and military standards, but also optimizes the recycling value in accordance with the Department of Defense (DoD) Green Procurement Program. In support of our range sustainment services, the USA Team also self-performs horizontal construction to repair roads and remove, build, install, and maintain down-range targets.
Examples of range clearance we have performed:
Yuma, Rakish Litter, AZ – CTO Value: $3M
Falcon Range, OK – CTO Value: $4M
Okinawa, Japan – Value of all CTOs: $16.2M
Sample CTO: KB02
Selected project sites on which we have worked:
Services we offer:
Austere Conditions Make Removal Action Slow
Small Arms Range Renovations Ensure Safety and Sustainability
Target Emplacement on a Remote Island in the Pacific
Preparation for Disposal Shot
Surveyors Plot the Transects for UXO Avoidance During Construction
Excavation and Sifting During Range Maintenance