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Richard B. Provencher. Deputy Manager Idaho Cleanup Project. Overall EM Complex Progress. Productivity Improvements: Reduced $50B from $192B to $142B (in unescalated dollars) Accelerated the completion date by 35 years to 2035 Risk to Workers and Environment have been significantly reduced

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richard b provencher

Richard B. Provencher

Deputy Manager

Idaho Cleanup Project

overall em complex progress
Overall EM Complex Progress
  • Productivity Improvements:
    • Reduced $50B from $192B to $142B (in unescalated dollars)
    • Accelerated the completion date by 35 years to 2035
  • Risk to Workers and Environment have been significantly reduced
    • Total Reportable Case Rate (TRCR) and Lost Workday Case Rate (LWCR) have been reduced by 42% and 38% respectively
overall em complex progress cont
Overall EM Complex Progress (cont)
  • Getting Work Accomplished (FY03 Complex-wide results)
    • Exceeded Transuranic (TRU) waste to Waste Isolated Pilot Plant (WIPP) goal by 41% (6372m3)
    • Exceeded Mixed Low Level Waste (MLLW) disposal goal by 58% (118,361m3)
    • Exceeded Facility Demolitions by 133% (135 facilities)
    • Exceeded Remediation Completions by 21% (260 sites)
strategic vision of idaho completion project
Strategic Vision of Idaho Completion Project
  • Clearly Define End States and Focus on Risk Reduction
  • Convert to Focused Contract for Cleanup
  • Build on Recent Productivity Successes and Accomplishments
  • Continue to Focus on Safely Performing Work
  • Eliminate Legacy of Past Missions and Create Opportunity for New
recent icp performance
Recent ICP Performance:
  • Productivity Improvement – since FY02 the ICP has:
    • Reduced $10.1B from $25.7B to $15.6B (in unescalated dollars)
    • The ICP completion date is accelerated 35 years
    • Getting more work done safely
  • Getting Work Accomplished (FY02 – 6/30/04)
    • Eliminated 270,000 sq. ft. of the remaining EM footprint
    • Packaged and shipped 40% of remaining EM-managed Special Nuclear Material (SNM) off-site
recent icp performance cont
Recent ICP Performance (cont)
  • Eliminated 80% of backlog MLLW and over 1000m3 of newly generated mixed waste
  • Remove all spent fuel from INEEL’s last three aging basins
  • Emptied and cleaned five 300,000 gal. And four 30,000 gal. tanks
  • Completed the Glovebox Excavator Method Project (GEM) and remediated Waste Area Group (WAG) 4
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Eliminate MLLW Backlog Project Status

Cubic Meters Shipped Offsite For Treatment/Disposal

2500

2500

2000

2000

1500

1500

Cubic Meters Backlog MLLW Shipped Offsite

Cubic Meters Backlog MLLW Shipped Offsite

FY04 Baseline - Total Backlog MLLW Volume

Shipped Offsite

1000

1000

500

500

FY04 Actual - Total Backlog MLLW Volume

Shipped Offsite

0

0

10/03/03

10/31/03

11/28/03

12/26/03

01/23/04

02/20/04

03/19/04

04/16/04

05/14/04

06/11/04

07/09/04

08/06/04

09/03/04

10/01/04

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Tank Farm Volumes

(gallons, as of May 31, 2004)

Pillar

and

Flushed

Flushed

Flushed

Flushed

Flushed

Panel

& Cleaned

& Cleaned

& Cleaned

& Cleaned

& Cleaned

WM-182

WM-184

WM-185

WM-183

WM-186

3,000

6,400

6,200

6,400

6,900

Square

Vaults

Spare

WM-187

WM-190

WM-188

WM-189

149,000

258,700

279,700

500

Total Liquid in 300,000-gallon Tank Farm Tanks:

Octagon

Flushed

996,000 gallons

Vaults

& Cleaned

4-30,000 gallon Tanks also Flushed & Cleaned.

WM-180

WM-181

272,700

6,500

significant challenges remain
Significant Challenges Remain
  • Radioactive Waste Management Complex (RWMC)
    • Buried Waste Cleanup
    • TRU Removal at Advanced Mixed Waste Treatment Facility (AMWTF)
  • Idaho Nuclear Technology & Engineering Center (INTEC)
    • Liquid Waste Cleanup
    • Spent Fuel Consolidation
workforce
Workforce
  • Contribution has been Significant
  • Effort has Reduced Risk to Workers, Environment, and Public
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