Savannah River National Laboratory

Coordinator: Andrew Kail

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The mission of Savannah River National Laboratory (SRNL) is to apply state-of-the-art science to complex technical problems in order to develop effective, practical solutions that provide maximum value to the Department of Energy. SRNL strongly support national defense through its capabilities in tritium and plutonium processing handling, and storage; environmental management, and non-proliferations activities.

SRNL's highly skilled scientists, engineers, and technicians provide timely and creative solutions to a myriad of challenges under difficult, potentially dangerous working conditions. We Put Science to Work by integrating their knowledge and skills within the following core competencies:

  • Nuclear non-proliferations and national security
  • Tritium/hydrogen applications
  • Waste processing
  • Environmental Remediation Technologies
  • Aluminum nuclear reactor fuel
  • Instruments and Sensors
  • Actinide processing
  • Computational modeling
  • Atmospheric Technologies
  • Analytical Chemistry
  • Materials technologies
  • Vitrification
  • Robotics