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2019

MARCH 22, 2019

Chromium Plume Fact Sheet February 2019

Chromium Plume FAQ February 2019

RDX Fact Sheet February 2019

TA-21 Fact Sheet February 2019

Waste Management

APRIL 2019

TRU Waste Management at Area G

TRU waste is radioactive waste containing more than 100 nanocuries of alpha-emitting transuranic isotopes per gram of waste, with half-lives greater than 20 years. Transuranic elements are those greater than uranium on the Periodic Table of Elements.All TRU waste at LANL is “contacthandled,” meaning it can be safely handled directly by workers using protection.

2018

NOVEMBER 1, 2018
Chromium Plume Fact Sheet Fall 2018
Chromium Plume Fact Sheet Fall 2018

NOVEMBER 1, 2018
Chromium Plume FAQ Fall 2018
Chromium Plume Frequently Asked Questions - Fall 2018

GENERAL

NOVEMBER 1, 2018
Los Alamos National Laboratory Site Cleanup By the Numbers
Status of the Los Alamos Cleanup Activities as of June 2018

2017

DECEMBER 15, 2017
Chromium Project FAQ Fall 2017
Chromium Project FAQ Fall 2017


NOVEMBER 30, 2017
Chromium Project Fact Sheet Fall 2017
Chromium Project Fact Sheet Fall 2017

2016

WASTE MANAGEMENT

MARCH 1, 2016
Providing Additional Pressure Relief to the Remediated Nitrate Salt
After the radiological event on February 14, 2014 at the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP), Department of Energy (DOE) scientists from several nation


MARCH 1, 2016
Remediated Nitrate Salt Drums Storage at Los Alamos National Laboratory
In addition to the remediated nitrate salt (RNS) waste at the Laboratory, similar drums are underground at WIPP and at Waste Control Specialists (WCS)

GENERAL

MAY 5, 2016
Los Alamos National Laboratory Site Cleanup By the Numbers
Status of the Los Alamos Cleanup Activities as of May 2016


MARCH 1, 2016
Wildfire Mitigation at Los Alamos National Laboratory
Emergency Operations maintains an annual and a five-year wildfire management plan that responds directly to Los Alamos National Security, LLC (LANS) 

2015

DECEMBER 31, 2015
Addressing Chromium in Groundwater
From 1956 to 1972, a non-nuclear power plant at Los Alamos National Laboratory periodically flushed water out of its cooling towers into Sandia Canyon


DECEMBER 31, 2015
2015 Chromium Environmental Assessment Public Meeting Posters
The Laboratory is taking action as part of its commitment to protect groundwater and the health and safety of New Mexico residents and the environment