(Волш Михаэл, Волш Марианна, Хевит Алан. Следы остатков энергетических материалов при санкционированном уничтожении артиллерийских порохов). Hanover, NH: U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center. 2009. – 50 р. Military live-fire training missions utilizing mortars and howitzers frequently generate excess propellant charges. Disposal of this propellant is often done on-site and is referred to as expedient disposal. Investigations into energetics residues resulting from expedient disposal of propellants began in 2002 with the collection of residues inside and outside a propellant bu structure. These residues contained very high concentrations of 2,4-Dinitrotoluene, an indication that the buing process was not complete.