Recovery Blog

Department of Energy Completes Five ARRA Projects

Posted in Agency News, Recovery Projects/Awards by Recovery.gov on August 24, 2011

Department of Energy LogoThe Department of Energy’s Environmental Management program recently completed five ARRA-funded projects at the Oak Ridge site.

The projects included: expansion of 2 landfills at the Oak Ridge Reservation, a 385,000 cubic yard expansion of the Sanitary Landfill (a designated area for non-hazardous waste), and the addition of another disposal cell with a capacity of 465,000 cubic yards.  The expansion allows for the local disposal of waste generated by environmental cleanup initiatives, eliminating costly shipping expenses.

Pre-demolition and demolition projects at the East Tennessee Technology Park and the Y-12 National Security complex were also recently completed.

Read more about the completion of these Recovery Act projects on the Department of Energy’s website.

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  1. Adri Daniel said, on August 31, 2011 at 9:59 am

    Hey guys
    I do appreciate
    Every single thing
    you guys have done For me
    and i wanna thank you guys so much …

    But it’s me …
    I just dunno how to navigate …
    There is nothing More
    I wanna do then
    to get this thing through ..
    But I just dunno how ..

    I Maybe gifted
    but I’m also lacking in some area ..
    Maybe all i need Is an assistant
    just to help me out ..

    Cause ..
    I’m Missing out
    to all the chances
    That you guys have given me
    because of my disabilities ..
    and I’m sorry for that

    love Y’all

    -Adri

  2. Sherry Molina said, on December 5, 2011 at 9:53 am

    Wow! nice change there, hope this project be completed and funds go to its intended purpose.

  3. Energy Management said, on July 4, 2012 at 1:30 am

    Thanks for the insights, keep up the amazing work.


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