Sean McGarvey, one of America’s most influential union leaders paused to take stock of the contributions of the labor movement through a pandemic.

WASHINGTON, D.C.  This Labor Day, one of America’s most recognized and influential union leaders paused to take stock of the contributions of the labor movement and thank the millions of craft workers whose skill and dedication saw the country through a once-in-a-lifetime global pandemic.  Sean McGarvey, NABTU President appears on the Gone Fission Nuclear Podcast….

New Regulatory Center Helps Manage Complex Cleanup Issues

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE |Contact:  Michael Butler |  (704) 779-1844  |  gonefissionpodcast.com Monday, June 13, 2022  |  New Regulatory Center Helps Manage Complex Cleanup Issues |   This week’s (June 13, 2022) episode of the Gone Fission Nuclear Report podcast covers the new Regulatory Center of Excellence established recently at Savannah River National Laboratory (SREL) as an…

Top 200 Ranking for Gone Fission Nuclear Podcasts > Apple Podcasts

Weekly Top Podcast Ranks and Reviews   05.22.2022 Gone Fission Nuclear Report wishes to thank its podcast listeners for helping us rank in the TOP 200 of Apple’s Podcasts in Business News!  It only took six months for this major accomplishment when there are over 700,000 active podcasters in Apple’s podcast library. Keep listening and stay…

UCOR’s Dan Macias discusses the deactivation process.

Facebook  |  March 28, 2022   |  Posted by UCOR   |    LISTEN NOW: http://ow.ly/xXF850Iu5rl    |   Check out the latest episode of Gone Fission Nucelar Report featuring UCOR’s own Dan Macias, Site Integration and Cleanup Manager.  In this week’s episode, experts from three key DOE sites — Oak Ridge, Hanford, and Savannah River —…

U.S. Department of Energy, Oak Ridge Office of Environmental Management

Facebook  |  March 28, 2022   |  Posted by U.S. Department of Energy, Oak Ridge Office of Environmental Management   |    LISTEN NOW: http://ow.ly/xXF850Iu5rl    |   This episode of Gone Fission features interviews with UCOR Cleanup Manager Dan Macias and other experts from Hanford Site and Savannah River Site.   Learn more about this process that…

Proper Deactivation is Key to Demolition Success

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE |Contact:  Michael Butler |  (704) 779-1844  |  gonefissionpodcast.com Monday, March 28, 2022  | Cold and dark doesn’t sound very inviting, but it’s the ideal state when the Department of Energy’s Environmental Management group prepares to demolish an aging, unused nuclear structure. It’s called deactivation. In this week’s (March 28) episode of the…

Some Low-Profile Sites Remain on DOE’s Cleanup List

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE |Contact:  Michael Butler |  (704) 779-1844  |  gonefissionpodcast.com Monday, March 21, 2022  | With the recent completion of cleanup at Brookhaven National Laboratory in New York, the map of remaining Department of Energy (DOE) sites requiring remediation has shrunk to fifteen.  This is a dramatic decrease from the 107 sites that were…

U.S. Department of Energy, Office of River Protection

Facebook  |  March 9, 2022 Posted by U.S. Department of Energy, Office of River Protection  http://ow.ly/POEv50IflZT   Training offered at the Hanford Site’s Volpentest HAMMER Federal Training Center was highlighted on a weekly podcast focused on the Department of Energy’s cleanup efforts across the nation.  Listen to Paul Vandervert on Gone Fission Nuclear News Podcast….

 DOE Facility Offers Training “As Real As it Gets”

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE |Contact:  Michael Butler |  (704) 779-1844 Monday, February 28, 2022     RICHLAND, Washington – Imagine a training exercise where you have to follow clues, complete a series of specialized tasks, and “escape” from an enclosed room before your air supply runs out. It’s just one of many real-life scenarios students confront at…

In Celebration of #Black History Month. . .

Twitter  |  February 22, 2022:   Tweet from DOE Environmental Management about the Gone Fission Podcast in celebration of Black History Month. The podcast showcases Black history with vignettes about Black scientists who participated in the early history of atomic energy.  Michael Butler interviews Dr. Harold Conner, the first African-American chemical engineering graduate of the University…