The West McCracken Fire District recently praised the DOE Paducah Site’s fire department for the team’s community-minded approach to emergency response. From March to June this year, the fire department at the Paducah Site responded to 52 mutual aid requests from the West McCracken Fire District. A mutual aid agreement... Read more
The Paducah Site and the Paducah Citizens Advisory Board (CAB) have teamed up to produce a documentary video about EM’s groundwater cleanup program, resulting in a collaborative communication tool that helps audiences understand efforts to remediate off-site groundwater contamination. EM partners with environmental regulators and community stakeholders to implement a... Read more
EM workers continue to reduce chemical hazards at the Paducah Site with the recent shipment of 14 sodium fluoride traps, or exchange vessels, for off-site disposal and the elimination of the site’s entire chlorine gas cylinder inventory. Removing these hazards reduces their environmental impact and risks to workers and the... Read more
Students from three regional high schools recently teamed up for Hack the Plastics, an event created by EM’s Paducah Site cleanup contractor to “hack,” or propose solutions, to help solve a part of the global plastics waste problem. "My students were engaged in a cooperative learning environment with other area... Read more
After months of training, field demonstrations and operational drills, workers at EM’s Paducah Site have demonstrated the safe and compliant operation of new equipment to compact components — each roughly the size of a 15-passenger van — as part of upcoming deactivation work for a massive uranium-enrichment process building slated... 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 Proposal for: Abandoned Transmission Tower Removal Posted on June 29, 2023, 9:07 am - FRNP is soliciting a contrac to disassemble as many as 86 abandoned electric transmission towers and associated concrete bases located within the DOE Paducah Site reservation. The scope of work is divided into a base option and two other options.... More Information