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US Army looks to recyclers for weapons solution

United States – US companies in Florida and Texas have been awarded separate multi-million dollar contracts to recycle and dispose of weapons for the US Army as part of the service branch’s demilitarisation efforts.

The Department of Defense announced last week that General Dynamics received a potential US$ 225.6 million contract while Expal USA secured an estimated US$ 155.9 million contract for its services. The government expects the recycling firms to complete work under the indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contracts by June 30 2020.

Bids for the contracts came in via the internet, Department of Defense officials have confirmed. The service will provide the funds and assign the work venues for each task order.

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