What We Do

Safely Reducing Environmental Risks

We are cleaning up contaminated, unused facilities on the Oak Ridge Reservation (ORR). In addition to removing excess facilities, we maintain facilities across ORR that are waiting for disposition. We also provide critical upgrades to extend the life of active, but aging, facilities. This continues the same work done by the former UCOR from 2011 to 2022.

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13 hours ago
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DOE’s Oak Ridge Office of Environmental Management are hosting an EMDF open house poster session on Thursday, December 8, 2022, from 5:00 -7:00 p.m. at the Scarboro Community Center, 148 Carver Avenue, Oak Ridge, TN 37831. The session will provide information on the EMDF project and allow the public to discuss the project and ask questions of top subject matter experts from our team.

For more information about EMDF and to see the final Record of Decision, go to: ucor.com/additional-emdf-information/.
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DOE’s Oak Ridge Office of Environmental Management are hosting an EMDF open house poster session on Thursday, December 8, 2022, from 5:00 -7:00 p.m. at the Scarboro Community Center, 148 Carver Avenue, Oak Ridge, TN 37831. The session will provide information on the EMDF project and allow the public to discuss the project and ask questions of top subject matter experts from our team.

For more information about EMDF and to see the final Record of Decision, go to: https://ucor.com/additional-emdf-information/.
18 hours ago
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Our October Update video highlights milestones for projects at ORNL and Y-12. We also welcomed the operations and staff of the Transuranic Waste Processing Center into the UCOR team this past month. Check out the video to catch up on all the highlights!

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2 days ago
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The 3010 Bulk Shielding Reactor demolition was part of a busy October here at UCOR. Check out a recap of that project in this preview of our October Cleanup Progress video. ... See MoreSee Less

7 days ago
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Len Morgan is UCOR Labor Relations Manager, responsible for all labor and employee relations matters. He is lead negotiator for UCOR’s contracts with its bargaining units with responsibility for contract interpretation; management training and guidance on labor issues; grievance resolutions; labor management relationship development; and compliance with labor laws and regulations.

Prior to his work in Labor relations, Len was chief steward and a spokesperson for a metal trades negotiations team. As a union leader over 13 years, he negotiated contracts and served three years as Grievance Chairman for the Metal Trades Council.
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Len Morgan is UCOR Labor Relations Manager, responsible for all labor and employee relations matters. He is lead negotiator for UCOR’s contracts with its bargaining units with responsibility for contract interpretation; management training and guidance on labor issues; grievance resolutions; labor management relationship development; and compliance with labor laws and regulations.

Prior to his work in Labor relations, Len was chief steward and a spokesperson for a metal trades negotiations team. As a union leader over 13 years, he negotiated contracts and served three years as Grievance Chairman for the Metal Trades Council.
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Safety

We Strive to Set the Standard in Safety

Safety is always the top priority at UCOR. We are a DOE Voluntary Protection Program Star site, a designation given to only the safest sites in the DOE Complex. Our award-winning safety performance has earned us many accolades.

Employee involvement is a key aspect of our safety culture. We empower our workers to stop work if they see something questionable. We also have strong worker engagement program to ensure our team members feel safe in their work environment.

Photo: Workers removing mercury at COLEX

Learn about the Department of Energy’s Vulnerability Disclosure Program.

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