The Waste Management Working Group (WMWG) is chartered to leverage the expertise and experience of contractors to DOE. The purpose of the WMWG is to seek out and promote the best management and operating practices, cost effective technologies and disposal options for all waste streams generated at DOE facilities whether destined for DOE or commercial facilities. The WMWG is focused on complex-wide integration and technology transfer while supporting cost effective and efficient waste options. This will be achieved in a way that enhances complex wide communication and maintains a priority on safety, environmental stewardship, and security. In addition to the overarching main nuclear waste management focus of the WMWG, the WMWG incorporates the efforts of four technical Subgroups:
- Challenging Waste
- Packaging & Transportation
- Decontamination & Decommissioning (D&D)
- TRU Waste
As part of the recent restructuring within EFCOG, the inventory of lessons learned and best practices generated by the Decontamination & Decommissioning (D&D) and Facility Engineering Working Group will be maintained and made available to the users within the DOE complex. Future specific D&D and/or environmental remediation issues related to waste characterization, minimization, disposition, and recycling/reuse will be addressed under ad hoc task groups to be agreed to with DOE on a case by case basis.
EFCOG WMWG Subgroup Meetings will take place at on 11/03/2021 at 11:30 am - 3:00 pm
EFCOG WMWG Annual Meeting will take place at on 12/08/2021 at 1:00 pm - 4:30 pm
First Wednesday every month at 3pm EST (starting 2/3/21), Call in Number: +1 (404) 891-6338, Participant Code: 5096100, Then #
* Comments by Chair * HQ Update * Site Update * WMWG Updates * Next meeting location
EFCOG Sponsoring Directors
Mr. Morrison is a graduate of the Georgia Institute of Technology with a BS in Electrical Engineering and has over thirty years of combined experience in executive management and managing operations, engineering, maintenance, safety, QA, and training and procedures programs. In December of 2011, Mr. Morrison was named President for EnergySolutions Government Group. In this role, Mr. Morrison was responsible for overall strategic direction and execution of all Government Services for EnergySolutions. In 2015/2016 Mr. Morrison helped secure the sale of the EnergySolutions Government Group to Atkins, an international nuclear business based in the UK. He served as Executive Vice President of Atkins Nuclear North American Group with overall strategic and operational responsibility for all Government and Commercial Services for North America. In September of 2016 Mr. Morrison accepted a position as President of Veolia Nuclear Solutions Federal Services. In this role Mr. Morrison has overall responsibility for strategic direction and execution of all Federal Services in North America.
He also currently serves as the chairman of the EFCOG Board of directors along with memberships on various other boards. Past management assignments include Manager of the SRS Site Utilities Department, responsibilities included the oversight of Operations, Maintenance, and Engineering for production and distribution facilities for steam, domestic water, electrical distribution, fire water, sanitary wastewater collection and treatment, process water, river water, service water, chilled water, and deionized water at the Savannah River Site. During his career he has provided leadership for several key Site initiatives to improve safety posture, cost effectiveness, and human performance. Previous positions include Plant Manager of the Solid Waste Management Facility (SWMF), with responsibilities for the safe and environmentally sound storage, treatment, and disposal of SRS TRU, Low-level, Hazardous, and Mixed Waste inventory. He has also held positions as Maintenance and Engineering Manager for both the F-Area and H-Area Waste Handling Facilities, Operations Manager for both the F-Area Waste Handling Facility and the SWMF, and Manager of Training and Procedures, QA, Radcon, and Safety Programs within the Operations Business Unit. Mr. Morrison also served as the Chief Engineer and Technology Manager for the Waste Management Area Project. In this capacity he lead the engineering and technical resources in support of Waste Management operations, projects and programs. Specifically, shift technical, process oversight, development and optimization, cognizant systems engineering, design authority, technical safety documentation, engineering studies, environmental regulatory and compliance issues and criticality analysis.
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