VRI provides both technical and management expertise to our clients in support of environmental, safety, health, and regulatory compliance efforts. Areas of expertise include environmental management and planning, regulatory compliance, nuclear safety, nuclear decommissioning and remediation planning, waste management and minimization, and community relations.
Projects supported have included land use and natural resource assessments conducted under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), waste management support under the Resource Conservation Recovery Act (RCRA), and environmental cleanup activities under the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA).
Our multi-disciplined team includes scientists and engineers, regulatory compliance specialists, planners, management and communications specialists, nuclear safety professionals, and subject matter experts. We've supported clients conducting environmental audits, hazardous and radioactive material management, engineering and management reviews, safety assessments, project communications, stakeholder involvement, environmental impact assessments, and documentation services.
AREAS OF SPECIALTY INCLUDE
Nuclear Materials, Spent Nuclear Fuel, and Waste Management Studies
Remediation Planning and Support
Environment, Safety, and Health Program reviews
Environmental Impact Assessments and Studies
Environmental Management and Planning Support
Pollution Prevention Planning/Waste Minimization Support
Regulatory Compliance, Monitoring, and Permit Support under RCRA
Environmental Health and Safety Programs
Regulatory and Quality Assurance Compliance
Hazardous, Radioactive, and Mixed Waste Inventories and Evaluations
Authorization Basis Definition
Nuclear Safety Analyses
Price-Anderson Act Requirements Reviews
Safety Training and Procedure Development
Un-reviewed Safety Question (USQ) Determinations
Radiological Control Programs
Nuclear Facility Decontamination and Decommissioning Plans
Environmental Audits, Inspections, Site Assessments, and Risk Assessments