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Draft RFPs Unveiled for Portsmouth Cleanup, DUF6 Contracts
The Department of Energy’s Environmental Management published draft solicitations Tuesday for two contracts potentially worth more than $7.7 billion combined at the Portsmouth Site in Ohio and the Paducah Site in Kentucky. The larger draft request for proposals (RFP) is for the potential $5.87-billion Portsmouth Decontamination and Decommissioning Contract, DOE said in a press release. The new remediation contract would replace the $4.4-billion deal held since March 2011 by Fluor–BWXT Portsmouth. The current agreement is set to end in March 2023. DOE also unveiled a draft RFP for running depleted uranium hexafluoride (DUF6) plants, rechristening the contract the Portsmouth Paducah Project Office Operations and Site Mission Support Contract. The business…
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The Nuclear Regulatory Commission planned to meet in January to discuss increasing production of tritium for nuclear weapons in civilian reactors operated by the Tennessee Valley Authority, according to a notice posted online this week. “The purpose of this informational…
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RadWaste Monitor
What to Watch in 2022: Civilian Nuclear Waste Management
Happy New Year, nuke-watchers, and thanks for reading the year’s first issue of RadWaste Monitor. As we settle back into things after the holidays, here’s a rundown of a few stories we’ll be tracking across the civilian nuclear power space…
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What to Watch in 2022: National Nuclear Security Administration
On the heels of the arrival of the New Year, here’s a look at what to expect in 2022 at the National Nuclear Security Administration, its sites and its partners. Production Office Protest A bigger deal for industry perhaps than…
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