Procurements Benefit Communities, States Hosting EM Field Sites
EM and its contractors across the DOE complex invest hundreds of millions of dollars each fiscal year in the communities and states that host them.
February 13, 2018Learn More
Oak Ridge Begins Demolition of Central Neutralization Facility
Oak Ridge’s EM program and cleanup contractor URS | CH2M Oak Ridge (UCOR) have begun demolishing the Central Neutralization Facility at ETTP.
February 6, 2018Learn More
DOE awards environmental sampling contract to explore preferred disposal faclity site
OREM awarded Strata-G Solutions a contract to perform environmental sampling in support of efforts to construct additional onsite disposal capacity.
February 5, 2018Learn More
Oak Ridge EM Clears Way for ETTP Economic Development
A longstanding cleanup goal is now within view at the East Tennessee Technology Park (ETTP).
January 30, 2018Learn More
Oak Ridge Contractor Earns 87 Percent of Available Fee for Second Half of FY17
OREM cleanup contractor URS | CH2M Oak Ridge (UCOR) earned almost $3.3 million for its performance from April through September 2017.
January 23, 2018Learn More
OREM’s year full of transformation and progress in 2017
OREM posted another strong year in 2017—pushing forward on efforts that are removing economic barriers and enabling important DOE missions.
January 15, 2018Learn More
‘2017 Year in Review’ Details EM’s Cleanup Progress
WASHINGTON, D.C. – In late December, EM published its 2017 Year in Review, outlining cleanup achievements across the DOE complex.
January 9, 2018Learn More
Demolitions Move Oak Ridge Toward ETTP Cleanup Goal
Workers recently demolished a sanitary sewage treatment facility, moving the DOE’s OREM closer to completing major cleanup at ETTP by 2020.
December 19, 2017Learn More
Oak Ridge Breaks Ground on Facility Enabling Large-Scale Y-12 Cleanup
Lawmakers, environmental regulators, and top DOE officials broke ground on the Mercury Treatment Facility at the Y-12 National Security Complex.
November 21, 2017Learn More
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