Oak Ridge Office of Environmental Management

  • Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam recently visited the Energy Department’s East Tennessee Technology Park in Oak Ridge. During his visit, he met with leadership from OREM and UCOR, the site’s primary cleanup contractor, along with state and local officials to learn how environmental cleanup is paving the way for economic development in the region.

  • OREM recently participated in Vine Performing Arts and Sciences Magnet Middle School’s 6th Annual College and Career Week. The local EM program sends employee representatives every year to the Knoxville-based middle school to educate children about the value of education and the diverse jobs that are possible through the sciences.

  • Earlier this year, the Greater Knoxville Business Journal compiled a list of East Tennessee’s top rising business and community leaders under the age of 40. The 2014 listing featured Heather Cloar, a contacting officer with the Energy Department in Oak Ridge.

  • On March 11, the final truckload of debris from Building K-25 was shipped from the East Tennessee Technology Park, marking an end to the Energy Department's largest-ever demolition project.

  • In a new video, the Oak Ridge Office of Environmental Management shares the details behind the construction, operation, and demolition of Building K-25.

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