Oak Ridge Prepares Final Legacy Transuranic Waste Containers for Disposal
OREM recently completed installing vents and sample ports in the final drums of legacy transuranic waste stored at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
April 24, 2018Learn More
Oak Ridge Manager Jay Mullis Discusses Public Service With Students
Oak Ridge Office of Environmental Manager Jay Mullis recently joined about 100 high school students to discuss the importance of public service.
April 17, 2018Learn More
EM Improves Safety at ORNL Building Awaiting Demolition
DOE’s OREM and its cleanup contractor UCOR have completed one of the final steps to ensure a highly contaminated building at ORNL remains safe.
April 10, 2018Learn More
EM Removes More Than 4 Miles of Piping at Oak Ridge Site
DOE’s Oak Ridge Office of Environmental Management (OREM) and its cleanup contractor URS|CH2M Oak Ridge (UCOR) finished removing more than 25,000 feet
April 3, 2018Learn More
Oak Ridge EM Manager Discusses Leadership, Jobs With High School Students
Jay Mullis, manager of DOE’s OREM, speaks to junior and senior high school students participating in Youth Leadership Oak Ridge.
March 27, 2018Learn More
Advisory Board Gets Up-Close Perspective of Excess Facilities at Oak Ridge
Federal project directors recently took members of the Oak Ridge Site Specific Advisory Board on a tour to view DOE’s excess contaminated facilities.
March 6, 2018Learn More
Role of Soil Remediation Grows as Oak Ridge Buildings Come Down
Soil remediation has become a larger part of cleanup at ETTP since workers safely demolished many of the contaminated and unneeded buildings.
February 27, 2018Learn More
Grants Expand STEM Opportunities for Students in Tennessee
OREM cleanup contractor URS | CH2M Oak Ridge is accepting proposals from area schools for grants to fund instructional STEM projects.
February 20, 2018Learn More
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