DOE’s Oak Ridge Site Kicks Off Demolition of the K-27 Building

Posted by in Home Improvement Tips, on February 11, 2016

DOE's Oak Ridge Office of Environmental Management kicked off demolition of the K-27 Building this month, moving closer to fulfilling Vision 2016 — removal of all gaseous diffusion buildings from the site by year’s end. As the site's last uranium enrichment building falls, it will mark the first-ever demolition and cleanup of a gaseous diffusion complex anywhere.

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