From/MS: Charles F. McMillan, DIR, A100
Phone/Fax: 7-5101/Fax 7-2679
Date: April 30, 2015
Subject: Agreement in Principle with New Mexico Environment Department
The U.S. Department of Energy and the State of New Mexico have
signed general principles of agreement to resolve the State’s
claims against DOE and contractors, including Los Alamos National
Laboratory, related to the February 2014 drum breach at the Waste
Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP) in Carlsbad, N.M.
The agreement in principle is a positive step for the Laboratory
because it allows us to move forward on restoring our transuranic
waste processes and rebuilding credibility in our nuclear
operations. I wish to thank all of our employees for their
continuing hard work and dedication as we continue this year to
advance our scientific excellence, complete all necessary
deliverables, and correct deficiencies across all areas of the
Detailed information about the agreement can be found at:
What a crime! LANS screws the pooch on WIPP and federal tax payers foot the bill. Privatization is really "efficient."
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