JUNE 30, 2016 UPDATE: Dead for the Hills exposé and 2016 EnviroReporter.com comments on Aerojet Rocketdyne Chino Hills cleanup

Aerojet Chino Hills

Aerojet Chino Hills ongoing investigation began in 2000.

Aerojet Chino Hills - 2001 Clean up

A year after our investigation started, Aerojet began $46 million cleanup.

Aerojet Chino Hills Open Burn/Open Detonation Cleanup

"Over 260,000 cubic yards of soil were re-excavated and re-screened with over 47,000 items and 120,000 pounds of inert fragments recovered," according to DTSC.

Aerojet Chino Hills Open Burn/Open Detonation Maps and Layout

800-acre facility operated over 40 years developing, producing and testing munitions, chemicals and depleted uranium. Drains to west to Santa Ana River in Orange County and east to Prado Dam in San Bernadino County.

Aerojet Chino Hills 1999 Cleanup Workplan

Includes figures of Aerojet Solid Waste Management Units where dioxin, lead, perchlorate, incendiary chemicals RDX and HMX, plus depleted uranium were remediated.