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2023 was best post-shutdown year so far for WIPP
The Department of Energy’s Waste Isolation Pilot Plant in New Mexico received 48 shipments of transuranic waste during December, finishing 2023 with 489 shipments, the most in a year since the facility reopened in 2017, according to DOE’s public website. The 489 shipments shattered the 2022 mark of 272 shipments to the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP), although the 48 shipments for the past month were down from 53 shipments in December 2022. That is all according to the latest numbers as of Tuesday from WIPP’s public website. The final calendar-year 2023 shipment to WIPP arrived on Dec. 28, according to the website. WIPP management’s annual goal for 2023 was…
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Judge agrees to stay COVID case against UCOR pending appeals court ruling
A federal judge in East Tennessee granted a request Thursday by the cleanup contractor at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge Site to delay more proceedings in a COVID-19 lawsuit until a higher court decides if the contractor is shielded…
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Hanford landlord lands only 35% of subjective fee due to fire system problems
The Department of Energy’s landlord contractor for the Hanford Site in Washington state, earned only 35% of its subjective fee during fiscal 2023 in part because of its failure to keep on top of fire suppression system maintenance, according to…
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Funds for DOE uranium contracts tied up with spending, immigration gridlock
Funding for the Department of Energy’s effort to rebuild a commercial U.S. uranium refining industry is hung up in a debate over a supplemental spending bill between House Republicans and the White House.  In remarks to reporters this week before…
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NNSA Releases Site Performance Evaluation Reports for fiscal 2023
Below is Nuclear Security & Deterrence Monitor’s annual digest of the National Nuclear Security Administration’s (NNSA) performance evaluation summaries: the agency’s report cards for its big contracts, which explain how much management and operations entities earned for their performance. The…
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