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Buzzards Bay. WALKER ARMSTRONG Cape Cod Times. The Air Force Civil Engineer Center at Joint Base Cape Cod is asking for public comment after it determined an out-of-use practice hand grenade range at the base no longer poses a risk to human health or the environment, including the soil and groundwater. Rose Forbes, remediation program manager for the Civil Engineer Center, said the Old Grenade Courts Munitions Response Area was used for throwing practice grenades in the 1940s and 1950s, as such there were never any live munitions used at the site. “We conducted the investigation, we found some practice rounds, just like we expected we would find, removed those and then prepared this report, this no further response action plan decision document, to close that off-base portion,” Forbes said. Both the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection “concurred” with the report, she said.
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