1994 CPEO Military List Archive

From: Aimee Houghton <aimeeh@igc.org>
Date: Wed, 19 Oct 1994 16:54:35 -0700 (PDT)
Reply: cpeo-military
Subject: Re: Cpro Conference Introductions
I am Ross Vincent. I live in Pueblo, CO, the soon-to-be-former home of
the Army's Pueblo Depot Activity (PDA). The PDA is one of eight con-
tinental US sites where the Army plans to build huge incinerator com-
plexes to burn chemical weapons (and, while they won't admit it yet,
probably other stuff as well).

I am a chemist and chemical engineer by training and an environmental
activist by conviction. Prior to moving to Colorado in 1988, I worked
for 17 years for a statewide environmental group in Louisiana.

I currently chair the Sierra Club's Hazardous Materials Committee and
serve as a member of its Military Impacts on the Environment Commit-
tee. I have been active since its inception with the Chemical Weapons
Working Group (an international network of citizens from communities
affected by chemical weapons manufacture/storage/disposal) and am
involved with two of the Military Toxics Project's networks (chemical
weapons and conventional munitions).

I am also a member of the EPA's Federal Facilities Environmental
Restoration Dialogue Committee and the Munitions Working Group of
the Western Governors' Association's DOIT (Demonstrating Onsite
Innovative Technologies) project.

I can be reached by email at ross.vincent@sierraclub.org (preferred) or
jrvincent@igc.org. (The former address is checked much more
frequently.) By fax at 719-561-1149 (daytime only) and by mail at:

 P.O. Box 4375
 Pueblo, CO 81003.

Thanks to Lenny Siegel, Aimee Houghton and San Francisco State Uni-
versity for providing this valuable service.

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