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Remediation, Environmental Services industry day set for Jan. 15
Huntsville Center has an industry day set from 1— 4 p.m., Jan. 15, for International Remediation & Environmental Services and Strategic Environment Enterprise Resources.
Huntsville Center engineers solutions by asking, 'What's your vision'
The U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville does more than assist global stakeholders in accomplishing their project goals. Huntsville Center helps organizations reach their vision.
Huntsville Center employees discuss renewables at Redstone Earth Day event
Two members of the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville, participated in Redstone Arsenal’s Earth Day outdoor educational event last month at the post’s Path to Nature Wetland and Indian Education Center.
Munitions site removal project makes progress
The mission to investigate and remove World War II-era chemical warfare materiel suspected to be buried in 17 sites at Redstone Arsenal has reached a new milestone as Huntsville Center’s Chemical Warfare Design Center prepares to lead fieldwork at the post’s 10th such site.