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DRMS “ Bringing Our Service To The Customer” Presented to: Lorna B. Estep, SES, Deputy Director for Supply, Directorate of Logistics, Headquarters Air.

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1 DRMS “ Bringing Our Service To The Customer” Presented to: Lorna B. Estep, SES, Deputy Director for Supply, Directorate of Logistics, Headquarters Air Force Materiel Command Steven G. Schmidt, SES, Deputy Center Director, NASA Dryden Research Center, Edwards ARB November 2007

2 SR-71, Disposal Operations Multi-Service, Agency & Contractor Involvement Air Force Materiel Command Edwards Air Force Base Marine Corp Logistics Base NASA Defense Logistics Agency Defense Reut & Mktg Service Scrap Venture Tri-Rinse Shredder Hw Contractor NASA Drain/Purge Contract SV Roll-Off Contractor AFMC Roll-Off Contract Tri-Rinse Fuel Contracto r DEMAN Contractor APCD/DTS C permits DRMS SR-71 Team Coordinating Disposition Efforts MCLB Security MCLB Safety MCLB Environment al AFMC Support Team

3 May 07Jul 07Aug 07Dec 07Oct 07 SR-71, Disposal Plan In Progress Jun 07Sep 07 Nov 07 AFMC/A4SM (SR-71 Project officer) and DRMS Program Manager conducted a preliminary site visit 21 May – 21 June. AFMC/DRMS teamed to initiate disposal action for NON Sensitive “H” conditioned support equipment. DRMS contractor mutilated on site, witnessed by DRMS and removed 192,000 lbs of residue. AFMC/DRMS staff on site segregating SR-71 parts by disposal method/process Continue improving disposal process Identified, segregated and consolidate electronic equipment, components, test sets, and circuit cards for shipment on DEMAN task orders. Successfully shipped 132,760 lbs to date. Final DEMAN task order for approx. 25,000 lbs scheduled for shipment Nov 10th AFMC/DRMS/SV workforce on site to uncrate, segregate and stage property eligible for shredding Tri-Rinse Shredding start date Sept 29 th Identified asbestos containing property, segregated and place on disposal contract for ultimate destruction (burial) A total of 229,520 lbs of asbestos shipped in (44) Roll-off containers. Receipt, off- load & actual burial witnessed and Certified/Verified by CORs Identified end items with hazardous constituents, i.e. gas cylinders, support equipment containing fluids. AFMC funded NASA contractor to drain/purge on site. Utilized Tri-Rinse shear and shredding process to dispose of end items as scrap

4 SR-71, Disposal Plan Mutilation Process In Action Shear with 17K lbs pressureLarge shredder crane feed Small shredder manually feedAll (3) operating simultaneously

5 SR-71, Asbestos Disposal Plan Complete Asbestos loaded for departure Certified/verified destruction by burialCORs Witness Burial Process CORs observed receipt/off-load

6 SR-71, Disposal Plan Challenge & Solution Challenge - During the first hour of full operations the main shredder experienced a hydraulic leak The loss of hydraulic pressure immediately shut down the entire system. One of the hydraulic hoses separated from the coupling and resulted in the release of approx gallons of hydraulic fluid Solution - The spill was immediately isolated, contained, and cleaned up by the Tri-Rinse staff in accordance with the provisions of their contract The spilled hydraulic fluid was contained on the rubber containment mats under the shredder and with the addition of absorbent and absorbent pillows The contaminated absorbent was place on a DRMS HW disposal contract & removed

7 SR-71, Disposal Plan Challenge & Solution Challenge - During the shredding process we experienced a fire that was caused by hot metal mixed with the shredded wooden boxes, crates & packing materials Smoke was immediately detected by the operator and a DRMS employee monitoring the operation Attempts by the SR-71 team to distinguish the smoldering content with fire extinguishers failed The Fire Department was immediately called and extinguished the fire Solution – We placed a spotter with a water hose to observe the shredding process and continuously wet down the content as it enters the roll-off


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