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Old 01-22-2016, 07:59 PM
 
Location: South Carolina
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Savannah River Nuclear Solutions, the management and operations contractor for the Savannah River Site, is partnering with Aiken Technical College to hire 2,000 employees. Aiken Technical College offers a Nuclear Fundamentals Certificate program.

Further reading:
Asberry, Derrek. "Savannah River Nuclear Solutions to hire 2,000 workers through Aiken Tech partnership." Aiken Standard. 2016-01-22.
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Old 03-18-2016, 10:20 AM
 
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Default Thank you, Switzerland.

The Savannah River Site - www.srs.gov - continues to take nuclear waste, most recently from the Swiss (That's right, as in Europe.) as part of the US federal government's nuclear non-proliferation agreements. There are various versions in the press about what will happen with all this waste, from shipping it to another state to on-site high-tech recycling into usable fuel. In vulgar terms, there is no certainty regarding the best way to flush the very full toilet that Aiken, South Carolina has become. Perhaps the saddest part of the story is that the fallout is common knowledge. Local media, including local television stations, regularly run advertisements that promote health and legal services to former employees and contractors who are suffering from radiation-related chronic illnesses as a result of their service at SRS - Savannah River Site "Special Co-Hort" Eligible in 2014, 2016 Brings Big Changes - Home.
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Old 03-18-2016, 10:27 PM
 
Location: South Carolina
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In vulgar terms, there is no certainty regarding the best way to flush the very full toilet that Aiken, South Carolina has become.
Aiken is far from being a toilet you are thinking of. The Savannah River Site has done well providing jobs and opportunities in providing energy, disposing and converting waste into energy, and conducting research in various laboratories. Business and safety are taken seriously at the Savannah River Site.
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Old 03-18-2016, 10:40 PM
 
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Originally Posted by Vinny Gin View Post
The Savannah River Site - www.srs.gov - continues to take nuclear waste, most recently from the Swiss (That's right, as in Europe.) as part of the US federal government's nuclear non-proliferation agreements. There are various versions in the press about what will happen with all this waste, from shipping it to another state to on-site high-tech recycling into usable fuel. In vulgar terms, there is no certainty regarding the best way to flush the very full toilet that Aiken, South Carolina has become. Perhaps the saddest part of the story is that the fallout is common knowledge. Local media, including local television stations, regularly run advertisements that promote health and legal services to former employees and contractors who are suffering from radiation-related chronic illnesses as a result of their service at SRS - Savannah River Site "Special Co-Hort" Eligible in 2014, 2016 Brings Big Changes - Home.

HAHAHAHAHAHA...... AHHHHH HAHAHAHAHAHA Such BS
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Old 03-20-2016, 12:44 PM
 
Location: Eureka CA
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Hard to believe our government(s) are still pouring taxpayers' money into the obsolete and dangerous nuclear industry.
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