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Employees from the Savannah River Site were recognized for their creativity at the Aiken Center for the Arts during a recent art opening event for “Snap SRS,” an employee-led wall art contest aimed at promoting pride of ownership, improving facility aesthetics and boosting workplace morale t…

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U.S. Rep. Joe Wilson believes the "deep state" played a sizable role in the shuttering of the Mixed Oxide Fuel Fabrication Facility, an incomplete nuclear fuel project that was canceled after more than a decade of work and billions of dollars had been invested.

The National Nuclear Security Administration and the firms behind the shuttered Mixed Oxide Fuel Fabrication Facility at the Savannah River Site have reached a multimillion-dollar settlement agreement, smoothing over and resolving lingering contract and closeout discrepancies.

Dan Brouillette, who President Donald Trump has tapped to become the next U.S. secretary of energy, committed Thursday to removing a cache of defense plutonium from Nevada that was quietly dispatched from South Carolina sometime last year.

The environmental disaster at the nixed Rocky Flats Plant in Colorado should be a red flag to those in the CSRA, watchdogs cautioned Tuesday, as the nation's energy and defense departments consider establishing a new nuclear weapons mission at the sprawling Savannah River Site.

The Savannah River Site Museum celebrated its reopening in late October with “6,000 Stories,” a new permanent exhibit fully funded by DOE’s Office of Legacy Management that shares the accounts of individuals displaced almost 70 years ago to make way for the former nuclear weapons material pr…

With a membership that has grown to 60 people, Savannah River Site employee resource group Women@LiquidWaste is celebrating one year of professional development, networking opportunities and membership growth. 

Eighty-one Savannah River Nuclear Solutions employees received awards from the National Nuclear Security Administration for their significant contributions to the program responsible for ensuring the safety, security and effectiveness of the U.S. nuclear deterrent.

A federal judge on Monday approved Nevada's request to amend its lawsuit against the federal government, allowing the state to legally pursue removal of a half-metric ton of weapons-grade plutonium that was quietly shipped into the state from South Carolina.

A Savannah River Site facility that operated years beyond expectations and helped process millions of gallons of radioactive waste has served SRS well and proved to be a bit of a pioneer, site manager Michael Budney said Thursday at a meeting of the S.C. Governor's Nuclear Advisory Council.

The U.S. Supreme Court will not hear a case tied to the long-term storage of plutonium in South Carolina, the federal rules surrounding it, and the relatively recent death of the Mixed Oxide Fuel Fabrication Facility, a never-finished nuclear fuel facility at the Savannah River Site.

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