West Valley Demonstration Project

"The West Valley Demonstration Project is a nuclear waste remediation site near the hamlet of West Valley in the U.S. state of New York. The project focuses on the cleanup and containment of radioactive waste left behind after the abandonment of a commercial nuclear fuel reprocessing plant in 1980. The project was created by an Act of Congress in 1980 and is directed to be a cooperative effort between the United States Department of Energy and the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority.

Despite over 30 years of cleanup efforts and billions of dollars having been spent at the site, the West Valley Demonstration Project property was described as "arguably Western New York's most toxic location" in 2013." ~Wikipeda, 2018

The deadline for the West Valley Demonstration Project is May 25th!  Be sure to have your comments submitted.  You can use the Sample West Valley Scoping Input Letter or use the form on this site or submit your own!  Here's the contact information if you're submitting on your own:

Mr. Martin Krentz,
West Valley Demonstration Project, U.S. Department of Energy
10282 Rock Springs Road, AC-DOE
West Valley, New York 14171-9799

SEISWestValleySite@emcbc.doe.gov

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Mr. Martin Krentz,
West Valley Demonstration Project, U.S. Department of Energy
10282 Rock Springs Road, AC-DOE
West Valley, New York 14171-9799

SEISWestValleySite@emcbc.doe.gov