Waste Management Symposia 2015



Session 023 - Experience in Salt Waste Processing, Worldwide Examples



Session Co-Chairs:   Paul Bredt (USA)
Steven Thomson (United Kingdom)
Lead Organizer:   Robert Jubin (USA)
Additional Organizer(s):   Paul Bredt (USA)
Steven Thomson (United Kingdom)
Paper Reviewer:   Paul Bredt (USA)




Paper Title


Developing Waste-Driven Design Requirements for Filtration and Ion-Exchange at the Hanford LAWPS Facility - 16394
Jacob Reynolds, Washington River Protection Solutions (USA); Benjamin Tardiff, AEM Consulting LLC (USA); Cliff Winkler, Washington River Protection Solutions (USA)


Filtration Improvements in Support of Increased Salt Waste Processing Throughput at the Savannah River Site - 16173
Jay McCrary, Savannah River Remediation (USA); Azadeh (Azi) Samadi, Savannah River Remediation (USA); Mark Keefer, Savannah River Remediation (USA); John Neuville, Savannah River Remediation (USA); Jeffrey Bentley, Savannah River Remediation (USA)


Sharing Lessons Learned “Across the Pond” on Two Major Construction Projects: Evaporator D and SWPF - 16050 - 16050
Graham Jonsson, UK NDA (United Kingdom); Laurie Judd, Longenecker & Associates (USA); Thomas Burns, Parsons (USA); Pamela Marks, US DOE (USA)


Mercury Speciation in Savannah River Site High-Level Waste: Determination and Implications for Waste Handling and Disposal - 16178
Bill Wilmarth, Savannah River National Laboratory (USA); Christopher Bannochie, Savannah River National Laboratory (USA); Charles Crawford, Savannah River National Laboratory (USA); Marissa Reigel, Savannah River National Laboratory (USA); Patrick Garcia-Strickland, Eurofins Frontier Global Sciences (USA); Thomas P Peters, Savannah River National Laboratory (USA); Hasmukh Shah, Savannah River Remediation (USA)


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