homeWelcome, sign in or click here to subscribe.login




Subscriber content preview

June 22, 2021

Tenn. firm gets $6B job to clean up Idaho nuclear site

Associated Press

IDAHO FALLS, Idaho — The U.S. Department of Energy has awarded a new $6.4 billion contract to clean up nuclear waste at its sprawling site in Idaho, which includes a national laboratory that does nuclear research.

The Energy Department announced Friday that the 10-year Idaho Cleanup Project contract went to the Tullahoma, Tennessee-based Idaho Environmental Coalition, replacing Fluor Idaho.

. . .

To read this story in full login or purchase a subscription.

Email or user name:
Forgot password? Click here.