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Savannah River Site
The Savannah River Site (SRS) is a key Department of Energy (DOE) industrial complex dedicated to the processing and storing of nuclear materials in support of the national defense and U.S. nuclear nonproliferation efforts. The site also develops and deploys technologies to improve the environment and treat nuclear and hazardous wastes left from the Cold War.
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Savannah River Site

The Savannah River Site (SRS) is a key Department of Energy (DOE) industrial complex dedicated to the processing and storing of nuclear materials in support of the national defense and U.S. nuclear nonproliferation efforts. The site also develops and deploys technologies to improve the environment and treat nuclear and hazardous wastes left from the Cold War.

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Filename:srs_image1.jpg
Album name:Rennhack / Savannah River Site (SRS)
Keywords:Savannah / River / Site / (SRS)
Credits:http://www.bwxt.com/operations/srs.html
Filesize:9961 Bytes
Date added:Mar 13, 2005
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