Office of Legacy Management

2018 Long-Term Stewardship Conference

September 28, 2018

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Legacy Management: 2018 Long-Term Stewardship Conference

2018 Long-Term Stewardship Conference

August 20–23, 2018
Two Rivers Convention Center
Grand Junction, Colorado

The conference provided technical information, education, and networking opportunities for representatives from government agencies, regulatory agencies, political offices, tribal groups, and other stakeholders involved in long-term stewardship (LTS) of remediated sites and facilities. LTS includes activities necessary to protect human health and the environment following cleanup and disposal of radioactive and chemical wastes.

This forum was intended for participants interested in presentations and discussions about LTS issues including:

  • Planning for LTS during remediation
  • Site transition
  • Using technology for successful LTS
  • Property management issues
  • Institutional controls
  • Political and stakeholder perspectives
  • Regulatory issues, information management, and accessibility
  • Renewable energy initiatives
  • International perspective

The entire staff of the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Legacy Management would like to thank you for your participation in the 2018 Long-Term Stewardship Conference. Your support and involvement helped make this conference a resounding success.

A panel discussion at the 2018 Long-Term Stewardship Conference in Grand Junction, Colorado.
During a panel discussion on the opening day of the conference, representatives from multiple organizations and agencies shared best practices and insights on how to effectively engage stakeholders.
 Attendees of the 2018 Long-Term Stewardship Conference in Grand Junction, Colorado.
The LTS Conference provided ample opportunities for attendees to network with colleagues and reconnect with peers.
A panel including LM Director Carmelo Melendez at the 2018 Long-Term Stewardship Conference in Grand Junction, Colorado.
During an opening panel discussion, LM Director Carmelo Melendez (center) presented on approaches to long-term stewardship. Also pictured from left to right: David Shafer (LM) and Andrew Griffith (DOE Office of Nuclear Energy).
Attendees of the 2018 Long-Term Stewardship Conference in Grand Junction, Colorado.
During the three-day conference, conference attendees were able to attend and listen to an abundance of panel discussions, breakout sessions, and keynote speeches.