June 15, 2022
In honor of the Juneteenth holiday, FRNP shares this oral history, giving voice to members of our African American workforce, both past and present. Thanks to all who contributed their time and talents so these stories could be told.
June 14, 2022
The Take Two for Safety team from Four Rivers Nuclear Partnership, LLC, (FRNP) was recently named the Outstanding Safety Culture team by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). FRNP is the first-ever recipient of the award. In 2021, FRNP united a team representing individuals from safety and occupational medicine, communications and United Steel Workers (USW) Local 550 Safety Representatives. The team’s first task was to develop ... Read More
January 13, 2022
EM’s Paducah Site is constructing a key facility in the cleanup of the former gaseous diffusion plant. The Large Item Neutron Assay System (LINAS) will house scanning equipment to support the deactivation of the C-333 Process Building, one of the two largest facilities at the former uranium-enrichment plant in western Kentucky. Deactivation is the process of placing a contaminated excess facility in a stable condition to minimize ... Read More
November 9, 2021
Twenty six year old Parker Fralix has attended programs at Easter Seals West Kentucky since graduating from Lone Oak High School in 2013. He is one of many adults benefiting from the social interaction and training programs offered to adults with special needs through Easter Seals.  Parker Fralix was born with brain abnormalities, impacting his ability to think and perform tasks in the same way other adults his age are able to do ... Read More
October 18, 2021
Workers at EM’s Paducah Site are set to begin constructing a state-of-the-art material sizing area (MSA) in the C-333 Process Building to downsize large components. Crews in the MSA will use specialized handling equipment, a custom-designed dust collection system, and other support systems to complete the work inside the building once used to enrich uranium. Once constructed, the MSA will break down as many as 500 large components ... Read More