Upcoming Event

Meeting 7: Supplemental Treatment of Low-Activity Waste at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation

Study in Progress: Public Meeting
October 31, 2019 - November 1, 2019

Location: Marriott Courtyard Richland Columbia Point
480 Columbia Point Drive Richland WA 99352

The meeting will primarily focus on and feature presentations from stakeholders and members of organizations interested in the Hanford cleanup mission. In addition, the meeting will have a presentation from the FFRDC team on the results of their final report (which is anticipated to be available prior to this public meeting).

View videos of the October 31 meeting

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Presentations


Presentations from FFRDC team members (note: all of the FFRDC presentations are in one file):
-- FFRDC Overview - Final Report on Analysis of Supplemental Treatment Approaches for Low Activity Waste at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation
Bill Bates, Team Leader, Savannah River National Laboratory (SRNL)
-- Evaluation of Supplemental Low Activity Waste Treatment Options: Performance Evaluation and Other Options
Tom Brouns, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL)
-- Key Updates, Conclusions, & Areas for Further Study
Michael Stone, SRNL

-- Perspective from Tri-City Development Council (TRIDEC)
David Reeploeg [oral comments -- no slides]

-- Perspective from Washington State Department of Ecology
Alex Smith, program manager, and Suzanne Dahl, section manager of tank waste treatment

-- Perspective from the Hanford Communities
Pam Larsen, executive director, Hanford Communities [oral comments -- no slides]

--The Hanford Site
Albert A. Kruger, Ph.D., glass scientist, U.S. Department of Energy

-- Perspective from the Hanford Advisory Board
Susan Leckband, chair, Hanford Advisory Board [oral comments -- no slides]

-- Perspective from Oregon State?s Department of Energy
Jeff Burright, nuclear waste remediation specialist [oral comments -- no slides]

-- Perspective from the Wanapum Tribe
Rex Buck, chief of the Priest Rapids Band of the Wanapum [oral comments -- no slides]

-- Potential Perspectives from Local Officials, other Tribal Nations, and other non-governmental representatives
McClure Tosch, Yakima Nation ERWM Program [oral comments -- no slides]
Elaine Diaz, DOE Office of River Protection [oral comments -- no slides]

-- Final Public Comment Period