Savannah River Site


Savannah River Site resumes normal activity

A suspicious item was discovered Wednesday afternoon at the Savannah River National Laboratory which prompted emergency responseactivities.

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DOE, DHEC reach agreement on SRS liquid waste

An agreement has been reached on treating more than 36 million gallons of radioactive and toxic liquid waste stored in aging Savannah River Site... Read more

MOX site contractor won't be punished for violations...

The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Com­­mission has found that two reported violations at the mixed-oxide fuel fabrication project at Savannah... Read more

SRS begins down-blend plutonium operation in K Area

 

Savannah River Site has begun efforts to process and permanently dispose of six metric tons of surplus non-pit plutonium.... Read more

Groups oppose plan to store nuclear fuel near SRS

Three public interest groups in South Carolina are opposed to a new plan to store spent nuclear fuel near Savannah River Site.

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Savannah Remediation recognized for safety efforts

 

The liquid waste contractor at Savannah River Site has been recognized for its safety efforts.

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MOX costs call for halt to project, official says

 

The mixed-oxide fuel fabrication project at Savannah River Site has had “very significant cost overruns and delays” and should... Read more

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Savannah River Site resumes normal activity

A suspicious item was discovered Wednesday afternoon at the Savannah River National Laboratory which prompted emergency responseactivities.

... Read more

DOE, DHEC reach agreement on SRS liquid waste

An agreement has been reached on treating more than 36 million gallons of radioactive and toxic liquid waste stored in aging Savannah River Site... Read more

MOX site contractor won't be punished for violations...

The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Com­­mission has found that two reported violations at the mixed-oxide fuel fabrication project at Savannah... Read more

SRS begins down-blend plutonium operation in K Area

 

Savannah River Site has begun efforts to process and permanently dispose of six metric tons of surplus non-pit plutonium.... Read more