Savannah River Site offering public tours

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About 1,500 people will have the opportunity to tour Savannah River Site starting in January.

The free tours will be open to the public 30 times throughout the year.

Savannah Nuclear Solu­tions said to hopes the tours will help people to “better understand the Savannah River Site’s history, current activities and future missions,” according to a news release.

After check-in at 12:30 p.m., visitors will be given an overview presentation, safety briefing, tour of the Savannah River Ecology Laboratory and a driving tour of the site. The tour will take about four hours.

Registration will begin 9 a.m. Monday. Participants must be 18 or older and must be U.S. citizens. To sign up, visit

  • Jan. 10, 18 and 26
  • Feb. 15 and 23
  • March 13, 21 and 29
  • April 17 and 26
  • May 8, 16 and 24
  • June 12, 20, 28
  • July 10, 18 and 26
  • Aug. 14, 22 and 30
  • Sept. 11, 19 and 27
  • Oct. 9, 17 and 25
  • Nov. 7
  • Dec. 5
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my.voice 12/12/11 - 01:34 pm
It would seem with folks

It would seem with folks being let go as of recent, that tours are a waste of money that could be used to feed someone.

bdouglas 12/12/11 - 03:35 pm
Public tours show people the

Public tours show people the positive work that actually gets done out there. This gives people a first-hand look at what goes on so they can be informed accurately rather than by the know-it-alls who post around here who think they know how to fix every issue out there with no actual knowledge of what goes on there. Accurate information increases public support. Public support = legislative pressure. Legislative pressure gets votes for more funding so people don't have to be let go so often.

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