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Usa. Utah. Tooele county. Deseret chemical depot. Two bomb MC-1 were used to test the machines. Both went through the munitions processing bay, were punched and drained of agent. The agent went off to the liquid incinerator and both bombs casing to the metal part furnace in order to be decontaminated. Tooele chemical agent disposal facility (TOCDF). Program for destruction of chemical weapons and agent. Deseret chemical depot is distant 100 km from Salt Lake City. The Deseret Chemical Depot is one of eight Army installations in the U.S. that currently store chemical weapons. The weapons originally stored at the depot consisted of various munitions and ton containers, containing GB and VX nerve agents or H, HD, and HT blister agent. The Tooele Chemical Agent Disposal Facility is designed for the sole purpose of destroying the chemical weapons stockpile located at the depot. © 1998 Didier Ruef