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Portsmouth/Paducah Project Office 2013 Paducah Site Status Report. September 26, 2013 ASP 2013 Workshop By Don Dihel, CHMM Portsmouth/Paducah Project Office. PPPO Mission. The Portsmouth/Paducah Project Office (PPPO) mission is to accomplish the following at the Paducah Site.

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portsmouth paducah project office 2013 paducah site status report

Portsmouth/Paducah Project Office2013 Paducah Site Status Report

September 26, 2013

ASP 2013 Workshop

By Don Dihel,CHMM

Portsmouth/Paducah Project Office

pppo mission
PPPO Mission
  • The Portsmouth/Paducah Project Office (PPPO) mission is to accomplish the following at the Paducah Site.
    • Environmental Remediation
    • Waste Management
    • Decontamination and Decommissioning
    • Depleted Uranium Hexafluoride (DUF6) Conversion
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Paducah Gaseous Diffusion Plant

  • Contractors
    • LATA Environmental Services of Kentucky, LLC
      • Teaming partners of Los Alamos Technical Associates, S.M. Stoller Corporation, B&W Technical Services Group, Geosyntec Consultants, and Diversified Management Consultants
      • Responsible for the environmental restoration of the Paducah Gaseous Diffusion Plant in Paducah, Kentucky
    • Swift and Staley Team
      • Teaming partners of Swift and Staley Mechanical, Wastren Advantage, Incorporated, and URS Corporation
      • Responsible for Facility Support Services at the Paducah Gaseous Diffusion Plant in Paducah, Kentucky
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Demolition of C-340 Metals Plant

  • Completed demolition of C-340 complex, known as the Metals Plant
  • Encompassed about 1.5 million cubic feet, the volume of a football field roughly three stories tall
  • Demolition of a single-story section was completed in mid-December, followed by removal of a four-story section. A seven-story, 120-foot-high section– the tallest building at the site–was the last to be taken down and that was completed in March 2013
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Demolition of C-340 Metals Plant

  • Shipped C-340 waste to EnergySolutionsin Clive, UT
    • 1,920 tons of steel I-beams, steel plates, piping, ductwork, and equipment
    • Last shipment arrived Aug. 8 at Clive
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Investigative Sampling - SMWU 4

  • The SWMU 4 investigation is being conducted in 5 phases. Phases 1 -3 were executed in FY 2013; Phases 4 and 5 are scheduled for FY 2014
  • Approximately 160 soil samples will be collected and analyzed for VOCs, SVOAs, PCBs, metals, and radionuclides

Passive gas analyzers collect sample data at SWMU 4

  • Approximately 140 groundwater samples will be collected and, except for a small subset, will be analyzed for VOAs and Tc-99. The exception is a group of 5 groundwater samples that will be part of a broader analysis (i.e., VOAs , SVOAs, PCBs, metals, and radionuclides).
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Source Removal – C-400

  • In 2005, DOE signed a Record of Decision for removal of TCE contamination near Building C-400
  • Will permanently reduce the concentrations of TCE and other organic chemical compounds in soils at the main source of TCE contamination.
  • Using direct heating technology that heats soil to a level where contaminants and water are turned from a liquid into a gas, brought to the surface and destroyed
  • Treatability Study showed direct heating 98% effective
  • Remedial Action work began in late 2006, with Phase IIB starting in FY13

Groundwater plume for TCE

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Investigative Sampling - Southwest Plume

  • 3 TCE source areas investigated
  • Sampled 83 soil borings during 2012 and 2013 using a direct push sample rig
  • Continuous core to 60-65-ft depths
  • Field scanned each 5-ft interval  with PID and sampled interval of highest VOC level  
  • Collected 1,095 soil samples (depth-scheduled and QC samples) for fixed base lab analysis of TCE and four other VOCs
  • Same day courier delivery to lab
  • Next-day preliminary results (Friday’s sample results available on Monday)
  • Optimized contingency sample locations based on timely results

Samples from the Southwest plume are examined

Samples are extracted from Southwest plume

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Changes at Paducah

  • USEC ceased uranium enrichment operations in May 2013.
  • USEC submitted notice of intent to return the leased property back to DOE in August 2013.
  • DOE is planning for the transition and in negotiations with USEC on conditions and time of turnover.
  • See http://www.emcbc.doe.gov/pgdp%20deactivation for the Request for Task Proposal (RTP) for deactivation activities at the Paducah Gaseous Diffusion Plant
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Paducah Support for DOECAP

  • During FY 2013, the Paducah site provided support for the following laboratory audits:
    • Lisa Crabtree–USEC Analytical Laboratory audit
    • Kelly Layne–USEC Analytical Laboratory audit, Lionville Laboratory closeout audit
    • Don Dihel–USEC Analytical Laboratory audit
  • During FY 2014, the Paducah site anticipates supporting the following laboratory audits:
    • Don Dihel–Two audits – Paducah laboratory, Portsmouth laboratory
    • Lisa Crabtree–Two audits - – Paducah laboratory ,TBD
    • Kelly Layne–Two audits - – Paducah laboratory, TBD
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Paducah Support for DOECAP

  • During FY 2013, the Paducah site provided support for the following TSD audits:
    • Don Dihel–MEC
  • During FY 2014, the Paducah site anticipates supporting the following TSD audits:
    • Don Dihel–one audits – TBD
    • Lisa Turner – two audits - TBD
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Questions?

For further information, please contact Don Dihel at 270-441-6824.

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