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Perma-Fix Environmental Services, based in Idaho, was selected for two major Master Task Order Agreement clean-up contracts at the Department of Energy’s (DOE) Los Alamos National Laboratory.
DOE’s prime contractor at Los Alamos, Los Alamos National Security, LLC selected the Portage/Perma-Fix team, along with several other teams, to retrieve, manage, process and disposition a variety of low-level radioactive, mixed, hazardous, and transuranic wastes that have been generated over decades as part of the DOE’s nuclear weapons mission.
The first Master Task Order Agreement has a $250 million value and a three year duration. Discrete work scope will be awarded through the issuance of task orders in accordance with LANS milestones and commitments.
The Portage/Perma-Fix team is required to submit proposals for these individual task orders and compete with the other two teams for a contract awards.
The scope of this Master Task Order includes waste management, waste treatment, waste transportation, and waste disposal of radioactive and hazardous wastes generated from clean-up and on-going operations at Los Alamos.
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