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…

Oak Ridge Today
February 21, 2022

CROET President Tells Oak Ridge Story on National Podcast POSTED AT 10:38 AM FEBRUARY 21, 2022 BY OAK RIDGE TODAY STAFF   Teresa Frady, president of the Community Reuse Organization of East Tennessee, is the Spotlight Interview guest on this week’s episode of the Gone Fission Nuclear Report podcast, which covers U.S. Department of Energy environmental management activities around the…

Tickle College of Engineering at the University of Tennessee
LinkedIn February 15, 2022

  LinkedIn |  February 15, 2022:  Tickle College of Engineering at the University of Tennessee       —UT’s first African-American chemical engineering graduate who went on to become the site manager of the world’s largest uranium enrichment complex—is featured on this week’s “Gone Fission Nuclear Report” in celebration of Black History Month. Michael Butler‘s podcast also…