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Electrochemical separation of radioactive waste
SRNL's Dr. Luke Olson and Dr. Josh Gray make final adjustments on a cutting-edge research and development process for electrochemical separation of radioactive waste.

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Environmental Stewardship

For over 60 years, SRNL has provided the technical underpinning for all programs executed at the Savannah River Site.  The Environmental Stewardship Directorate has been at the forefront of this work; playing an essential role in the success of Environmental Management (EM) operations at SRS, and an increasingly important role in the success of EM’s broader national program.  We have expanded our impact at the international level through our leadership of critical national laboratory work in the post-Fukushima cleanup in Japan. 

Over the years and through our work, we have remained focused on developing and deploying real solutions that address our client’s most critical problems.  Our innovative approaches for improving and validating critical processes and our execution of tests and analyses touch a broad range of EM activities from large projects such as the Hanford Waste Treatment & Immobilization Plant, to critical support for small site remediation, to waste mixing and treatment options, to the development and deployment of new technologies through DOE-funded programs.  The Environmental Stewardship Directorate’s impact on the DOE-EM mission is measured in billions of dollars of lifecycle cost saved and multiple years removed from clean-up schedules.


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