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EM, Industry Managers Across DOE Complex Participate In National Cleanup Workshop

on July 5, 2016 - 6:52pm
DOE News:
 
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Managers from EM field offices and cleanup contractors across the DOE cleanup program are set to take part in the 2016 National Cleanup Workshop, scheduled to be held Sept. 14-15 at the Hilton Alexandria Mark Center in Alexandria, Va.
 
Planned participants include:
  • Doug Hintze, Manager, DOE-EM Los Alamos Field Office
  • Bryan Bower, DOE Project Director, West Valley Demonstration Project
  • Sue Cange, Manager, DOE Oak Ridge Office of Environmental Management
  • Jack Craig, Manager, DOE Savannah River Operations Office
  • Robert Edwards, Acting Manager, DOE Portsmouth/Paducah Project Office
  • Doug Shoop, Deputy Manager, DOE Richland Operations Office
  • Todd Shrader, Manager, DOE Carlsbad Field Office
  • Kevin Smith, DOE Office of River Protection
  • Jack Zimmerman, Deputy Manager for the Idaho Cleanup Project, DOE Idaho Operations Office
  • Jeff Bradford, President and General Manager, CH2M Hill BWXT West Valley 
  • Phil Breidenbach, President and Project Manager, Nuclear Waste Partnership
  • Tom Foster, President and Project Manager, Savannah River Remediation
  • Fred Hughes, President and Project Manager, Fluor Idaho
  • Mark Lindholm, President and Project Manager, Washington River Protection Solutions
  • Peggy McCullough, Project Director, Hanford Waste Treatment and Immobilization Plant, Bechtel National, Inc. (invited)
  • Terry Michalske, Director, Savannah River National Laboratory
  • Ken Rueter, President and Project Manager, URS-CH2M Oak Ridge
  • Frank Sheppard, Senior Vice President and Project Manager, Savannah River Salt Waste Processing Facility, Parsons
The workshop is being hosted by the Energy Communities Alliance, and cooperating organizations for the event include DOE and the Energy Facility Contractors Group. The workshop will bring together senior DOE executives and site officials, industry executives, and other stakeholders to discuss EM's progress on the cleanup of the environmental legacy of the nation’s Manhattan Project and Cold War nuclear weapons program. 
 
Additional information on the workshop, including how to register and the full preliminary agenda, can be found here.
 
More than 350 people attended the inaugural workshop in late September last year. EM made available the event's support materials, including links to 15 videos that captured addresses by Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz and EM Assistant Secretary Monica Regalbuto, along with roundtable sessions focusing on the cleanup program’s next five years and its major accomplishments. The presentations from the roundtable sessions, photos from the workshop, and a workshop attendee list are all available here.

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