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2023 ANS Winter Conference and Expo
November 12–15, 2023
Washington, D.C.|Washington Hilton
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Crews demolish second legacy Oak Ridge reactor lab
The Department of Energy’s Office of Environmental Management announced it has completed a second of its 2023 priorities at Oak Ridge in as many months with the demolition of the Low Intensity Test Reactor, known as Building 3005, at the Tennessee site.
Watch a video of Building 3005 and its decommissioning here.
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Session Chair: Pamela Aigner|Alternate Chair: George E. Manaskie
Session Chair: Lisa Edwards|Alternate Chair: Dan Randolph
Session Chair: Marlene Khalil|Alternate Chair: Jason Overstreet
Session Chair: Thomas S. Dean|Alternate Chair: Stephen Page
Session Chair: Dan Randolph|Alternate Chair: Juan J. Cortez
Session Chair: Raymond J. Dean|Alternate Chair: Robert L. Sandstrom
Session Chair: Frank J. Giannone|Alternate Chair: Lisa M. Marshall
Session Chair: Jason Overstreet|Alternate Chair: Marlene Khalil
Session Chair: Michael L. Marler|Alternate Chair: David W. Helling
Session Chair: Patrick J. Berry|Alternate Chair: Frank J. Giannone
Session Chair: Douglas S. Batche|Alternate Chair: Pamela Aigner
Session Chair: Richard P. Coe|Alternate Chair: Jason D. Valtos
Session Chair: Richard Gayheart|Alternate Chair: Gerard O. Hildebrandt
Session Chair: David W. Helling|Alternate Chair: Raymond J. Dean
Session Chair: Robert L. Sandstrom|Alternate Chair: Douglas S. Batche
Session Chair: Lisa M. Marshall|Alternate Chair: Richard P. Coe
Session Chair: George E. Manaskie|Alternate Chair: Thomas S. Dean
Session Chair: Aaron Bergeron|Alternate Chair: Richard Gayheart
Session Chair: Juan J. Cortez|Alternate Chair: Lisa Edwards
Session Chair: Bei Liu|Alternate Chair: Patrick Berry
Session Chair: Henry T. Curry|Alternate Chair: Patrick J. Berry
Session Chair: Jason D. Valtos|Alternate Chair: Jason Overstreet
Session Chair: Gerard O. Hildebrandt|Alternate Chair: Michael L. Marler
Session Chair: Stephen Page|Alternate Chair: Bei Liu