EM has launched new five-minute "site 101" videos. To watch them and learn more about EM site missions, click here. Shown here is a freshwater pond at the Moab Uranium Mill Tailings Remedial Action Project in Utah.
EM has launched new five-minute "site 101" videos. To watch them and learn more about EM site missions, click here. Shown here is a freshwater pond at the Moab Uranium Mill Tailings Remedial Action Project in Utah.

New five-minute “site 101” videos are available on the EM website, providing a brief history and the current cleanup mission status. The videos are highlighted on new site-specific webpages that provide a “one-stop shop” for high-level information about each site.

Seven EM site 101 videos are currently available including Hanford, Moab Uranium Mill Tailings Remedial Action Project, Nevada National Security Site, Oak Ridge, Paducah, Portsmouth, and the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant. The videos are being premiered Dec. 7-9 at the National Cleanup Workshop at the Hilton Alexandria Mark Center in Virginia. Five additional site 101 videos are currently in production.

The site-specific webpages are linked from the Cleanup Sites webpage and can be accessed by clicking on the site name in either the map or the table on the Cleanup Sites webpage. These new webpages are part of an effort underway by the newly formed EM Web Steering Committee to create a complimentary, cohesive, EM-branded network of public websites.

As the world leader in radioactive and hazardous waste cleanup, EM headquarters, sites, and contractors websites are an authoritative resource on this critically important mission.