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Dirk A. Dunning

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Nuclear Material Specialist

Phone: (800) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: d***@***.com
Oregon Department of Energy
625 Marion Street Ne
Salem, Oregon 97301
United States

Company Description: The Oregon Department of Energy provides tax credits, loans, technical assistance and energy information for homes, businesses, manufacturing, farms, ranches,...   more
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This wasn't such a good idea, ...
www.scientificamerican.com, 12 May 2013 [cached]
This wasn't such a good idea, says Dirk Dunning, nuclear material specialist with the Oregon Department of Energy.
Oregon "is opposed to [new] coal ...
www.vailtrail.com, 28 Nov 2007 [cached]
Oregon "is opposed to [new] coal plants" for several reasons, including their release of mercury to the environment, says Dirk Dunning, an environmental engineer with the Oregon Department of Energy.
Cascadia Times Home Page
www.times.org, 1 Jan 2004 [cached]
Some experts, such as Dirk Dunning, a chemical engineer with the Oregon Department of Energy, Nuclear Safety Division, speculate that waste flows through the ground in odd and unpredictable ways.This adds to the uncertainty.
"Everything I see tells me the stuff is moving faster than the DOE says it is," Dunning says.
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Said Dunning of the state of Oregon, "The margin of error is from zero to infinity."
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But Dunning, was asked the same question: Can the DOE keep that waste out of the river?"No," he said, "Not by a long shot, not without a lot of work.
BW Online | May 6, 2002 | A Thousand-Year Plan for Nuclear Waste
www.businessweek.com, 6 May 2002 [cached]
When it comes to environmental disaster areas, "Three Mile Island doesn't even begin to compare," says Dirk A. Dunning, a nuclear specialist for Oregon's Office of Energy.
Watched over by the U.S. Energy Dept., the custodian of America's weapons labs, Hanford has been the focus of countless remediation studies.This fall, the DOE will start constructing plants that will transform the worst of the radioactive waste into glass--a process called vitrification.For at least the next 1,000 years, that should prevent the most lethal elements from leaching into the environment.
The plan is far from perfect.Hanford expects to produce about 500,000 tons of radioactive glass that would have to be buried on-site or shipped to other locations such as the proposed Yucca Mountain repository in Nevada.The cleanup could whack taxpayers with a bill exceeding $40 billion.
Oregon "is opposed to [new] coal ...
www.hcn.org, 29 Aug 2007 [cached]
Oregon "is opposed to [new] coal plants" for several reasons, including their release of mercury to the environment, says Dirk Dunning, an environmental engineer with the Oregon Department of Energy.
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Dunning, who is involved with Hanford safety issues, says when that zone experiences its next magnitude 9 earthquake - due any time - the Hanford area would be rattled by a "5-plus" shock.
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