Appendix A
Presentations to the Committee

Washington, D.C., October 27–29, 2003

Overview: EM Accelerated Cleanup, Patrice Bubar, Department of Energy, Office of Environmental Management (DOE-EM)

Study Vision: EM Accelerated Cleanup, Patrice Bubar, DOE-EM

Environmental Management Technology Development and Demonstration Program, Mark Gilbertson, DOE-EM

Hanford Waste Streams: Issues and Opportunities, Matt McCormick, DOE Richland Operations Office (DOE-RL)*

Savannah River Site: EM Accelerated Cleanup, Charles Anderson, DOE Savannah River Operations Office (DOE-SR)*

Cleanup Issues and Opportunities at the Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory (INEEL), Kathleen Hain, DOE Idaho Operations Office (DOE-ID)*

Oak Ridge Environmental Management Program Overview, Mildred Ferré, DOE Oak Ridge Operations Office (DOE-OR)*

Oak Ridge, Tennessee, January 20–21, 2004

Oak Ridge Accelerated Cleanup Program, Gerald Boyd, and Steve McCracken, DOE-OR

*  

By telephone.



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Improving the Characterization and Treatment of Radioactive Wastes for the Department of Energy’s Accelerated Site Cleanup Program Appendix A Presentations to the Committee Washington, D.C., October 27–29, 2003 Overview: EM Accelerated Cleanup, Patrice Bubar, Department of Energy, Office of Environmental Management (DOE-EM) Study Vision: EM Accelerated Cleanup, Patrice Bubar, DOE-EM Environmental Management Technology Development and Demonstration Program, Mark Gilbertson, DOE-EM Hanford Waste Streams: Issues and Opportunities, Matt McCormick, DOE Richland Operations Office (DOE-RL)* Savannah River Site: EM Accelerated Cleanup, Charles Anderson, DOE Savannah River Operations Office (DOE-SR)* Cleanup Issues and Opportunities at the Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory (INEEL), Kathleen Hain, DOE Idaho Operations Office (DOE-ID)* Oak Ridge Environmental Management Program Overview, Mildred Ferré, DOE Oak Ridge Operations Office (DOE-OR)* Oak Ridge, Tennessee, January 20–21, 2004 Oak Ridge Accelerated Cleanup Program, Gerald Boyd, and Steve McCracken, DOE-OR *   By telephone.

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Improving the Characterization and Treatment of Radioactive Wastes for the Department of Energy’s Accelerated Site Cleanup Program EM Corporate Project Team: Disposing Waste, Reducing Risk, Mildred Ferré, DOE-OR East Tennessee Technology Park (ETTP) Closure Project, Donna Perez, DOE-OR Melton Valley Closure Project, Robert Sleeman, DOE-OR Balance of Reservation Closure Project, Mildred Ferré, DOE-OR Historical Overview of the Oak Ridge Reservation, Steve Stow, American Museum of Science and Energy, Oak Ridge Combined Stakeholders’ Presentation, Susan Gawarecki, Oak Ridge Reservation Local Oversight Committee, Inc. (LOC); David Mosby, Oak Ridge Site Specific Advisory Board (ORSSAB) and Oak Ridge City Council; Norman Mulvenon, LOC Citizens’ Advisory Panel, ORSSAB and Stewardship Committee; Bill Pardue and Lorene Sigal, Stewardship Committee; and Ellen Smith, Oak Ridge Environmental Quality Advisory Board and LOC Roundtable Discussion: New Technology Opportunities for DOE Waste Characterization and Treatment, Elizabeth Phillips, DOE-OR; Paula Kirk, Bechtel Jacobs Co.; and Tom Early, University of Tennessee-Battelle Tour of the Oak Ridge Reservation Augusta, Georgia, January 22–23, 2004 Savannah River Site (SRS) Overview, Rick Ford, DOE-SR Accelerating EM Cleanup, Charles Anderson, DOE-SR Nuclear Materials to Disposition, Kevin Hall, DOE-SR SRS Facilities Deactivation and Decommissioning Scope, Alice Doswell, DOE-SR Closure of Waste Sites, Alice Doswell, DOE-SR Integrated Regulatory Strategy, Alice Doswell, DOE-SR Waste Disposition Project, Doug Hintze, DOE-SR SRS Transuranic (TRU) Waste Program, Joe D’Amelio, Westinghouse Savannah River Company (WSRC) Defense Waste Processing Facility Accelerated Waste Throughput, John Occhipinti and Joe Ortaldo, WSRC Savannah River Technology Center (SRTC): Support for Accelerated Cleanup, Todd Wright, SRTC1 Citizens for Nuclear Technology Awareness (CNTA), Todd Crawford, CNTA SRS Citizens’ Advisory Board (CAB), William Lawless, CAB Tour of the Savannah River Site 1   Now the Savannah River National Laboratory.

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Improving the Characterization and Treatment of Radioactive Wastes for the Department of Energy’s Accelerated Site Cleanup Program Idaho Falls, Idaho, March 8–9, 2004 Accelerating INEEL Cleanup: Management Overview, Richard Provencher, DOE-ID Idaho Nuclear Technology and Engineering Center (INTEC) Overview, Frank Holmes, DOE-ID INTEC Waste Programs Review, Joel Case, DOE-ID Characterization and Treatment of Sodium Bearing Waste, Joel Case, DOE-ID Tank Closure, Keith Lockie, DOE-ID INEEL Spent Nuclear Fuel Program, Ronald Ramsey, DOE-ID Calcine Characterization and Pneumatic Retrieval Issues, Gregory Duggan, DOE-ID Closing the Smaller Facility Areas and Deactivation and Decommissioning (D&D), William Leake, DOE-ID Radioactive Waste Management Complex Review, Herbert Bohrer, DOE-ID Environmental Science and Technology Roundtable, William Owca, DOE-ID; Russel Hertzog, James Herzog, Robert Lenhard, Paul Meakin, Gregory Stormberg, Kevin Kostelnik, Melinda Hamilton, Fredrick Colwell, Matt Anderson, Roger Mayes, Jay Roach, Nicholas Soelberg, INEEL Public Comments, David Kipping, Willie Preacher, Beatrice Brailsford Tour of the Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory Richland, Washington, March 10–11, 2004 Hanford Cleanup Overview, Keith Klein, DOE-RL Hanford Project Management Plan Update and Projectization, Jeff Frey, DOE-RL Office of River Protection (ORP), Steve Wiegman, DOE-ORP Accelerate Stabilization and Deinventory of Nuclear Materials at the Plutonium Finishing Plant, Suzanne Clarke, DOE-RL Accelerating Waste Disposal, Mark French, DOE-RL Accelerate Central Plateau Cleanup, Larry Romine, DOE-RL Impacts of Residual Radioactive Waste on Hanford Groundwater, Michael Thompson, DOE-RL EM Corporate Project Team: Disposing Waste, Reducing Risk, Todd Shrader, DOE-ORP Public Comments, John Price Tour of the Hanford Site

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Improving the Characterization and Treatment of Radioactive Wastes for the Department of Energy’s Accelerated Site Cleanup Program Washington, D.C., May 12–14, 2004 Removal Authority in Accelerated Cleanup, James Woolford, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency DOE Office of Civilian Radioactive Waste Management: Current and Future Interfaces with EM, Christopher Kouts, DOE Office of Civilian Radioactive Waste DOE Office of Legacy Management: Current and Future Interfaces with EM and with Continuing-Mission Sites, Mark Gilbertson, DOE-EM Commercial and Other Opportunities for Disposition of EM Waste, Doug Tonkay, DOE-EM Close-out Comments on the Study, Mark Frei, DOE-EM Information presented to the committee during its site visits is available from the Board on Radioactive Waste’s Public Access File for this study. http://www7.nationalacademies.org/brwm/