Appendix B
Workshop Agenda

Development and Implementation of a Cleanup Technology Roadmap for DOE's Office of Environmental Management


March 13, 2007


Keck Center of the National Academies

500 Fifth Street, NW

Washington, DC

8:30 am

Welcome and introductions

Meeting objectives and ground rules

Ed Przybylowicz, Chair, Workshop Organizing Committee

8:45 am

Background on the DOE request for this workshop

Mark Gilbertson, Deputy Assistant Secretary, Office of Engineering and Technology, DOE-EM

9:10 am

Congressional interest in a DOE-EM technology roadmap

Terry Tyborowski, Staff Assistant, House Committee on Appropriations, Energy and Water Development Subcommittee

Panel Discussions on Science and Technology Gaps and Priorities for DOE Site Cleanup

9:30 am

Savannah River Site

Panelists

Pat Suggs, Chemical Engineer, DOE Savannah River Operations Office, Salt Processing Project Division

John Marra, Associate Laboratory Director, Savannah River National Laboratory

Shelly Sherritt, Federal Facilities Liaison, South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control

David Wilson, Bureau Chief, South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control

10:00 am

Discussion period

10:30 am

Break



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Appendix B Workshop Agenda Development and Implementation of a Cleanup Technology Roadmap for DOE's Office of Environmental Management March 13, 2007 Keck Center of the National Academies 500 Fifth Street, NW Washington, DC 8:30 am Welcome and introductions Meeting objectives and ground rules Ed Przybylowicz, Chair, Workshop Organizing Committee 8:45 am Background on the DOE request for this workshop Mark Gilbertson, Deputy Assistant Secretary, Office of Engineering and Technology, DOE-EM 9:10 am Congressional interest in a DOE-EM technology roadmap Terry Tyborowski, Staff Assistant, House Committee on Appropriations, Energy and Water Development Subcommittee Panel Discussions on Science and Technology Gaps and Priorities for DOE Site Cleanup 9:30 am Savannah River Site Panelists Pat Suggs, Chemical Engineer, DOE Savannah River Operations Office, Salt Processing Project Division John Marra, Associate Laboratory Director, Savannah River National Laboratory Shelly Sherritt, Federal Facilities Liaison, South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control David Wilson, Bureau Chief, South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control 10:00 am Discussion period 10:30 am Break 67

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68 Science and Technology for DOE Site Cleanup 10:45 am Idaho Site Panelists Scott Van Camp, Assistant Manager, DOE Idaho Operations Office Nick Ceto, Program Manager, Office of Environmental Cleanup, Hanford/Idaho National Laboratory Project Office, EPA Kathleen Trever, Coordinator, State of Idaho INL Oversight Office 11:20 am Discussion period 11:50 am Lunch 12:50 pm Reconvene for announcements and afternoon session 12:55 pm Oak Ridge Reservation Panelists David Adler, Environmental Management Program Director, DOE Oak Ridge Office Phil McGinnis, Program Manager, Oak Ridge National Laboratory Dale Rector, Assistant Director, Emergency Services Coordinator, Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation, DOE Oversight Division Susan Gawarecki, Executive Director, Oak Ridge Reservation Local Oversight Committee, Inc. 1:25 pm Discussion period 1:55 pm Hanford Site Panelists John Morse, Senior Technical Advisor for Soil and Ground Water Remediation, DOE Richland Operations Office Steve Wiegman, Senior Technical Advisor, DOE Office of River Protection Roy Gephart, Geohydrologist, Battelle Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Terri Stewart, Initiative Lead for Environmental Biomarkers, Battelle Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Nick Ceto, Program Manager, Office of Environmental Cleanup, Hanford/Idaho National Laboratory Project Office, EPA Nancy Uziemblo, Environmental Specialist, Nuclear Waste Program, Washington State Department of Ecology Dirk Dunning, Program Coordinator, Oregon Office of Energy, Nuclear Safety Division, Oregon Department of Energy Susan Leckband, Chair, Hanford Advisory Board 2:45 pm Discussion period 3:25 pm Break Promoting the Effective Use of Science and Technology in DOE Site Cleanup 3:45 pm Perspectives from a site cleanup contractor David Maloney, Director, Technology—Nuclear Group, CH2M Hill 4:10 pm Perspectives from CRESP David Kosson, Chair, and Chuck Powers, Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Vanderbilt University 4:25 pm Discussion period 5:10 pm Wrap-up: Important workshop messages

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Workshop Agenda 69 Workshop Organizing Committee Ed Przybylowicz, Chair Allen Croff Carolyn Huntoon Mark Gilbertson, Deputy Assistant Secretary, Office of Engineering and Technology, DOE-EM 5:40 pm Adjourn