EM’s Paducah Site recently celebrated the startup of a first-of-a-kind scanning facility to ensure equipment removal from massive process buildings are properly prepared for safe and compliant disposal. After undergoing a thorough review and demonstration, the Large Item Neutron Assay System (LINAS) is now operational. The project team successfully scanned... Read more
How do you prepare to demolish a 1-million-square-foot facility? One piece at a time. Last month, crews at EM’s Paducah Site reached a significant deactivation milestone, starting converter segmentation at the C-333 Process Building, one of four massive process buildings slated to be demolished during the site’s environmental cleanup. During... Read more
The Paducah Site recently met an DOE EM 2023 priority ahead of schedule with the safe and successful disposal of over 1 million pounds of R-114 refrigerant, an environmental hazard stored at the site. Removing that amount of R-114 refrigerant from the environment has an impact equal to reducing greenhouse... Read more
Identifying which sections of piping to be removed from the C-333 Process Building at DOE’s Paducah Site can be like trying to find a needle in a haystack. With more than 20 miles of piping, some of which is as large as 42 inches in diameter, the Paducah project team... Read more
As women account for about half of U.S. workers in the fields of math and physical science, DOE’s Paducah Site continues to ensure young girls are exposed to opportunities in such STEM fields. That’s why employees from Four Rivers Nuclear Partnership (FRNP), the deactivation and remediation contractor for the Paducah... Read more
A collection of current and previously published public documents dealing with and detailing the planning, cleanup and deactivation work at the Paducah Site are available to read and download.
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Paducah Gaseous Diffusion Plant site tours provide a close-up view of the formerly operating uranium enrichment facilities and a unique opportunity to learn about the plant history and its current activities.
Request for Information for: Net-Zero Request for Information Posted on January 30, 2024, 3:44 pm - Four Rivers Nuclear Partnership (FRNP), in support of the Department of Energy Portsmouth/Paducah Project Office (PPPO), is seeking information on Net-Zero Engineering Design capabilities