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The Oak Ridge Reservation is one of the U.S. Department of Energy’s most unique and complex sites, encompassing three major campuses and 34,000 acres. Each campus performs a diverse and unique set of missions for the DOE, but all share a crucial need for environmental cleanup.

The Environmental Management (EM) Program is fulfilling this need by removing hazardous environmental contaminants and structures left behind from the Manhattan Project and Cold War-era operations. Through the EM program, Oak Ridge will continue eliminating environmental barriers that stand in the way of the site’s growth in science, national security, reindustrialization, and next generation energy.

Every day, the EM organization works aggressively to accelerate the cleanup schedule for Oak Ridge, realizing that the continuation of vital site missions hinges on its progress.

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