Waste contract at Savannah River Site could be worth $21B
October 4, 2020
The federal government is soliciting pitches to manage and clean up nuclear waste at the Savannah River Site, a contract that could be worth $21 billion over years.
The Aiken Standard reports the U.S. Department of Energy published a final request for proposals on Thursday.
The Department of Energy wrote that it wants to complete liquid waste cleanup at the Savannah River Site in 15 years and directs bidders to propose work plans to meet that goal.
The contract could hand off the work of two current contractors including Savannah River Remediation, which is in charge of handling and process...