ASER 6 Student Project completed by Piketon High School for Academic Year 2016/2017







 

The ASER Summary was drawn from information found in the most recent DOE technical ASER released publically by PORTS and presentation materials developed by the high school staff and students throughout the school year. The goals when producing the ASER Summary were to educate regional high school students about activities and future career opportunities at the PORTS site and develop materials that will facilitate area residents learning more about DOE’s work at the PORTS site.


Click here to view report and video:  http://www.portsfuture.com/Aser6.aspx













Check the podcast! #457SEO: Everything Old is Nuclear




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Ohio Valley ReSource reporter Nicole Erwin recently did a story titled “Nuclear Option: Officials Hope Old Facility Can Fuel Growth” about how officials in Kentucky are looking to the future of their site in the Paducah/Portsmouth Project for economic development. In this episode of #457SEO, the WOUB News team tried to find out what was going on at the Portsmouth site.



Joel Bradburne with Department of Energy at the Portsmouth site talks about the history of the old Gaseous Diffusion Plant and where the deactivation process is now.



Stephanie Howe with the Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs at Ohio University joins the podcast to talk about the PORTSfuture project. Grant money from the DOE is helping the four-county community around the Portsmouth site shape its future. They hope it can be a driver for economic development in the area.



More about the history of the Portsmouth site can be found at portsvirtualmuseum.org








Final Outreach Presentation







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The PORTSfuture Project is funded by a grant from the U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Environmental Management, Portsmouth/Paducah Project Office.  

 











Ohio University’s PORTSfuture project sponsored and help develop an Annual Site Environmental Report (ASER) Summary in collaboration with staff and students from Piketon High School during the 2011-2012 academic year. This ASER Summary was modeled after a similar report produced by DOE’s Oak Ridge Operations.

 

The ASER Summary was drawn from information found in the most recent DOE technical ASER released publically by PORTS and presentation materials developed by the high school staff and students throughout the school year. The goals when producing the ASER Summary were to educate regional high school students about activities and future career opportunities at the PORTS site and develop materials that will facilitate area residents learning more about DOE’s work at the PORTS site.

 

 

Ohio University is working with staff and students at Waverly High School this academic year to produce the next ASER Summary.   





U.S. Department of Energy Portsmouth Annual Site Environmental 
Report (ASER) For 2010
(downloadable pdf)

 









Ohio University’s PORTSfuture project sponsored and help develop an Annual Site Environmental Report (ASER) Summary in collaboration with staff and students from Piketon High School during the 2011-2012 academic year. This ASER Summary was modeled after a similar report produced by DOE’s Oak Ridge Operations.

 

The ASER Summary was drawn from information found in the most recent DOE technical ASER released publically by PORTS and presentation materials developed by the high school staff and students throughout the school year. The goals when producing the ASER Summary were to educate regional high school students about activities and future career opportunities at the PORTS site and develop materials that will facilitate area residents learning more about DOE’s work at the PORTS site.

 

 

Ohio University is working with staff and students at Waverly High School this academic year to produce the next ASER Summary.   





U.S. Department of Energy Portsmouth Annual Site Environmental 
Report (ASER) For 2010
(downloadable pdf)

 





Ohio University’s PORTSfuture project sponsored and help develop an Annual Site Environmental Report (ASER) Summary in collaboration with staff and students from Piketon High School during the 2011-2012 academic year. This ASER Summary was modeled after a similar report produced by DOE’s Oak Ridge Operations.

 

The ASER Summary was drawn from information found in the most recent DOE technical ASER released publically by PORTS and presentation materials developed by the high school staff and students throughout the school year. The goals when producing the ASER Summary were to educate regional high school students about activities and future career opportunities at the PORTS site and develop materials that will facilitate area residents learning more about DOE’s work at the PORTS site.

 

 

Ohio University is working with staff and students at Waverly High School this academic year to produce the next ASER Summary.   





U.S. Department of Energy Portsmouth Annual Site Environmental 
Report (ASER) For 2010
(downloadable pdf)

 

Ohio University’s PORTSfuture project sponsored and help develop an Annual Site Environmental Report (ASER) Summary in collaboration with staff and students from Piketon High School during the 2011-2012 academic year. This ASER Summary was modeled after a similar report produced by DOE’s Oak Ridge Operations.

 

The ASER Summary was drawn from information found in the most recent DOE technical ASER released publically by PORTS and presentation materials developed by the high school staff and students throughout the school year. The goals when producing the ASER Summary were to educate regional high school students about activities and future career opportunities at the PORTS site and develop materials that will facilitate area residents learning more about DOE’s work at the PORTS site.

 

 

Ohio University is working with staff and students at Waverly High School this academic year to produce the next ASER Summary.   





U.S. Department of Energy Portsmouth Annual Site Environmental 
Report (ASER) For 2010
(downloadable pdf)




 

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