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SRT Project Experience

Highlighted Project Experience

  • Fort Bliss Army Base (DPW- Environmental Division) 
    SRT professionals provided Compliance, Conservation, and Recycling support to the Directorate of Environment at Fort Bliss, Texas. The specific activities performed by SRT included air quality, compliance oversight of lead and asbestos management, water quality, waste water, pollution prevention, spill response, hazardous waste management, solid waste management including recycling management, implementation of the Environmental Performance Assessment System (EPAS), and implementation of the Environmental Management System (EMS). Other related Environmental Program Support Services are administrative, automatic data processing, and geographical information systems (GIS) that support environmental programs on Fort Bliss. SRT also manages the Single Stream Recycling (SSR) program at Fort Bliss and the related training and public out-reach programs.

  • U.S. Border Patrol 
    SRT and Border Demolition and Environmental professionals teamed to provide the U.S. Border Patrol, El Paso Sector, with lead abatement service for its firing ranges in Santa Teresa and Fabens. Our team removed and properly disposed of the lead according to OSHA regulations for lead abatement. At the Santa Teresa firing range, we replaced plastic buckets, sampled and analyzed the buckets using TCLP, and properly disposed of the buckets. At the Fabens firing range, our team replaced and properly disposed of air filters contaminated with lead.

  • Hanford Site (Waste Treatment Plant – WTP)
    SRT professionals provided support to the Bechtel Research & Technology (R&T) group at the Hanford site Waste Treatment Plant (WTP). The WTP is constructed to produce vitrified high-level and low-activity wastes for disposal at WIPP or Yucca
    Mountain. Our activities included: preparation of documentation demonstrating compliance with DOE contract requirements; comment incorporation and resolution for compliance documents; document sign-off and project approval for delivery to DOE; and technical support to R&T regarding the design of the WTP.

  •  March Air Force Base
    The Panero(OU-3) Superfund site had soil and groundwater contamination. SRT professionals investigated and remediated this site according to CERCLA guidelines.Our activities included site investigation to Record of Decision (ROD), installation of groundwater extraction/ treatment system, characterization/delineation of the JP-4 jet fuel plume, fate and transport modeling, human and ecological risk assessment, treatment system design, field construction supervision, project management, major document production, and interface with regulatory agencies.


  • Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP)
    Prepare disposal requirements documentation for high level, low activity and secondary wastes to be produced at the Waste Treatment and Immobilization Plant (WTP) at Hanford Washington. Evaluate upper-tier requirements documents and prepare development plans to close technology issues and reduce project risks. Work with the Department of Energy customer on behalf of the project to explain technical issues and communicate research plans. Interface with the project Engineering departments to ensure test results and requirements were “flowed down” to design media.
     
  • Yucca Mountain
    SRT professionals provided support to the Center for Nuclear Waste Regulatory Analyses (CNWRA) at the Southwest Research Institute in San Antonio, Texas, and the United States Nuclear Regulatory Agency (NRC). Our activities have helped the CWNRA and NRC develop a computer tool, the Total-system Performance Assessment (TPA) code, to evaluate any license application from the DOE for a high-level waste repository at Yucca Mountain, Nevada. Our activities included: incorporation of all DOE repository designs in the TPA code development and testing; sensitivity analyses; review DOE performance assessments results; and development of computer models of climate, container failure and releases, radionuclide flow and transport, and receptor exposure.