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.
SRR's Employee Celebration
Liquid Waste Employees have fostered a safety culture and awareness over the years that has become the foundation for the successful performance of the mission to close radioactive waste tanks.
SRR in the News
Savannah River Remediation consistantly strives to inform employees and the public about events and special features. These news releases are published in local and regional news outlets.
SRR is Hiring
The SRR Team is responsible for the closure of underground waste tanks, safely reducing South Carolina's single greatest environmental risk. A career with SRR provides a fulfilling experience where the rubber meets the road.