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
Volunteers and coaches have spent months planning for this year’s U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) West Kentucky Regional Science Bowl, an event touted as the region’s most notable science competition for high school and middle school students. The Regional Science Bowl tournament is a quick-recall, fast-paced, question-and-answer contest. During the... Read more
Workers have removed materials such as oils, combustibles and environmental hazards from the C-333-A Feed Vaporization Facility at EM’s Paducah Site as part of recent actions to prepare the building and its adjoining process gas building for future demolition. The estimated 8,300-square-foot facility provided feed material to the uranium enrichment... Read more
The Four Rivers Nuclear Partnership team has much to be proud of. We have made great progress during the last year and continue to demonstrate a commitment to safety and advancing the mission at the Paducah site. Thanks for being awesome! 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.