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X-326 Demo Safety Fact Sheet 2021

The Department of Energy (DOE) has developed an informational fact sheet outlining the safety network in place for the X-326 Demolition Project currently underway. Click here to read the fact sheet which was mailed to residents in Pike and Scioto counties this week.

DOE is committed to the safe and controlled demolition of the X-326 former process building to protect the environment, our workers, our neighbors, and the public. Years of planning has gone into ensuring the safe execution and this week we are sharing important information with the community.

The detailed communication outlines the safety plans put in place to prepare for the demolition including eliminating building hazards prior to demo, our trained workforce, monitoring and protecting the air, lessons learned from previous decommissioning projects, and the DOE working with the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency and Ohio Department of Health.

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The U.S. Department of Energy has put together a series of fact sheets to provide stakeholders a better understanding of the major projects at PORTS.  The fact sheets can be easily downloaded, printed and shared.  Click here to view them.

 

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PPPO Environmental Geographic Analytical Spatial Information System (PEGASIS)

PEGASIS was designed to provide dynamic mapping and environmental monitoring data display for the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) - Portsmouth/Paducah Project Office (PPPO).The information made available and the environmental data display tools developed for PEGASIS are the result of input from various stakeholders including DOE and contractor staff, regulatory agencies, and members of the public.

https://pegasis.ports.pppo.gov/Pegasis/Default.aspx