SRR is committed to the safe operational closure of waste tanks.
My Job My Mission highlights SRR employees.
Tom Foster, SRR's President and Project Manager, speaks to attendees at the May 12, 2016, celebration marking the 20th anniversary of DWPF and the closure of Tank 12.
The Saltstone Facility treats low-level radioactive liquid waste turning it into grout.
SRR deploys cutting-edge technologies such as next-generation solvent extraction, ion exchange, and rotary microfilters to accelerate salt waste processing and waste tank closure.
Savannah River Remediation (SRR) is the liquid waste contractor at the Savannah River Site, which is owned by the U.S. Department of Energy. SRR is a team of companies led by AECOM with partners Bechtel National, CH2M and BWXT.
Carrying out this year’s slogan, “Mission: United,” SRR employees came together to raised $300,923 during the 2016 SRR Employee United Way Campaign, exceeding the goal set by the SRR United Way Committee.
2016 was a significant year for SRR. SRR closed the eighth radioactive liquid waste tank at SRS, poured the 4,000th canister of vitrified waste, and celebrated the 20th anniversary of the only vitrification plant currently operating in the nation.
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