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CRESP. Oak Ridge Prioritization Project. David Kosson, Vanderbilt University Charles W. Powers, Vanderbilt University Joanna Burger, Rutgers University James Clarke, Vanderbilt University Steven L. Krahn, Vanderbilt University Michael Gochfeld, UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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<ul><li><p>Oak Ridge Prioritization Project CRESPDavid Kosson, Vanderbilt UniversityCharles W. Powers, Vanderbilt UniversityJoanna Burger, Rutgers UniversityJames Clarke, Vanderbilt University Steven L. Krahn, Vanderbilt UniversityMichael Gochfeld, UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical SchoolHenry Mayer, Rutgers UniversityKevin Brown, Vanderbilt University</p><p>**DRAFT - DRAFT - DRAFT - DRAFT </p><p>DRAFT - DRAFT - DRAFT - DRAFT </p></li><li><p>The Evolution of Needed Concepts </p></li><li><p>Fundamental Risk Evaluation =Building a Risk Prioritization Tool and Process**DRAFT - DRAFT - DRAFT - DRAFT </p><p>DRAFT - DRAFT - DRAFT - DRAFT </p></li><li><p>Questions asked of every projectCan you standardize/simplify the answers to the Risk Questions?</p></li><li><p>*+ ETTP GWTreatabilityStudy</p></li><li><p>Oak Ridge Prioritization Integration of Hazard, Pathway and Consequence ratingsThere really are a modest number of real possibilities and they can be linkedto a series of clarifying questions for every OR EM project type*VH if Hazard=VH**H if Hazard=VH</p><p>VHMHVHVHHLMH/VH*VHConsequenceMLMMM/H**LLLLLLMHVHPathway</p></li><li><p>Problem / Project Definition(s)</p><p>Narrative Project Summary Risk Rating Bins for Problems / Projects Risk Rating**DRAFT - DRAFT - DRAFT - DRAFT </p><p>Very High (VH)MHVHVHHigh (H)LMH/VHVHMedium (M)LMMM/HLow (L)LLLLConsequencePathwayLow(L)Medium(M)High(H)Very High(VH)</p><p>Low (L)Medium (M)High (H)Very High (VH)</p><p>DRAFT - DRAFT - DRAFT - DRAFT </p></li><li><p>*Risk ReductionEffectivenessCapacityEfficiency &amp;Sequencing Availability ofDisposition OptionsWorkforceWhat risk reduction can be achieved?Project SequencingProject CostMortgage ReductionCost of DelayLinking Risk Evaluation with Risk Management to Inform Prioritization*DRAFT - DRAFT - DRAFT - DRAFT </p><p>DRAFT - DRAFT - DRAFT - DRAFT </p></li><li><p>Risk- Rated Problems / Projects Multiple Project Option for Risk Mitigation Evaluation of Risk Mitigation OptionsRisk ReductionEffectivenessRisk Management Step 1 Risk Management **DRAFT - DRAFT - DRAFT - DRAFT </p><p>Low (L)Medium (M)High (H)Very High (VH)</p><p>Low (L) Medium (M)High (H)Very High (VH)</p><p>DRAFT - DRAFT - DRAFT - DRAFT </p></li><li><p>Risk ReductionEffectivenessCapacityEfficiency(Modifiers +/) ++0+++-1+Risk Management - Step 212**DRAFT - DRAFT - DRAFT - DRAFT </p><p>Low (L) Medium (M)High (H)Very High (VH)</p><p>Low (L) Medium (M)High (H)Very High (VH)</p><p>DRAFT - DRAFT - DRAFT - DRAFT </p></li><li><p>How do you combine the results to prepare to make a risk-informed judgment ?**DRAFT - DRAFT - DRAFT - DRAFT </p><p>Option: Low Medium High Very HighOptions Risk Importance Rank Options RiskReduction RankOptions Capacity, Efficiency, &amp;/or Sequencing Implement abilityRisk-Informed Priority Summary</p><p>DRAFT - DRAFT - DRAFT - DRAFT </p></li><li><p>Risk- Rated Problems / Projects Sequencing Project ElementsImpedes Risk Mitigation Evaluation of Risk Mitigation OptionsRisk ReductionEffectivenessCapacityEfficiency/Sequencing(Modifiers +/) ++++Risk ManagementIts complexitiesRisk Management Mercury at EFPCY-12 D&amp;D (e.g., Beta 4)81-10 Soils?Flow AugmentationY-1281-10FlowXY-1281-10Flow**DRAFT - DRAFT - DRAFT - DRAFT </p><p>Low (L)Medium (M)High (H)Very High (VH)</p><p>Low (L) Medium (M)High (H)Very High (VH)</p><p>Low (L) Medium (M)High (H)Very High (VH)</p><p>DRAFT - DRAFT - DRAFT - DRAFT </p></li><li><p>Risk- Rated Problems / Projects Project Elementsfor Risk Mitigation Evaluation of Risk Mitigation OptionsRisk ReductionEffectivenessCapacityEfficiency(Modifiers +/) ++++Tri-Party Prioritization(DOE-TDEC-EPA)ExogenousFactorsRisk and Risk ManagementRisk Management Stakeholders and Tribes**DRAFT - DRAFT - DRAFT - DRAFT </p><p>Low (L)Medium (M)High (H)Very High (VH)</p><p>Low (L) Medium (M)High (H)Very High (VH)</p><p>Low (L) Medium (M)High (H)Very High (VH)</p><p>DRAFT - DRAFT - DRAFT - DRAFT </p></li><li><p>Unknown unknowns- e.g., Characterization studies</p><p>The concept of set-asides to reduce uncertaintywhen risks may or may not be High but evaluation impossibledue to data gaps / or that the situation may be evolving and in either case there is a sound method or activity that reduces the uncertainty. How should the tool address these cases?Mitigation OptionEffectiveness - e.g., treatability studies**DRAFT - DRAFT - DRAFT - DRAFT </p><p>DRAFT - DRAFT - DRAFT - DRAFT </p></li><li><p>Risk- Rated Problems / Projects Project Elementsfor Risk Mitigation Evaluation of Risk Mitigation OptionsRisk ReductionEffectivenessCapacityEfficiency(Modifiers +/) ++++Tri-Party Prioritization(DOE-TDEC-EPA)ExogenousFactorsRisk and Risk ManagementRisk Management Stakeholders and Tribes**DRAFT - DRAFT - DRAFT - DRAFT </p><p>Low (L)Medium (M)High (H)Very High (VH)</p><p>Low (L) Medium (M)High (H)Very High (VH)</p><p>Low (L) Medium (M)High (H)Very High (VH)</p><p>DRAFT - DRAFT - DRAFT - DRAFT </p></li><li><p>Mercury at Oak RidgeRedbreast Sunfish</p></li><li><p>Mercury at Oak Ridge</p></li><li><p>Mercury at Oak Ridge</p></li><li><p>Mercury at Oak RidgeY-12</p><p>Buildings</p><p>51,000 lbs to airNPDESLeaks and spills428,000 lbs to soil/rocksEast Fork Poplar Creek240,000 lbsto creekEPA freshwater criterion of 0.3 ppm in fishTotal Inventory to Oak Ridge = 24,000,000 lbsNot accounted for = 1,300,000 lbsThey account for = 2,034,000 lbs</p></li><li><p>Mercury at Oak RidgeHAZARD - MERCURY 600,000+ pounds under &amp; in Y-12</p><p>PATHWAY - Complete to eco-receptors top trophic level fish fish consumers Complete on &amp; off-site </p><p>CONSEQUENCES Neurological and other Interdiction ProjectsCapacity &amp; WorkforceSequencing, costsTotal Source ReductionY-12 Building Removals &amp; Soil RemediationHigh Vary by Risk Reduction Effectiveness$52M Several Yearsat $1.8B </p></li><li><p>Mercury at Oak Ridge</p><p>Project ElementCostRisk Reduction EffectivenessCapacity &amp; EfficiencyOverall Risk Mgmt RatingWEMA Storm Sewer: cleaning and re-lining of the West End Mercury Area$16MHigh+1Very High163 Area Hg flux control: Installation of water treatment system$8MHigh+1Very High81-10 Principal Threat Source Soil Excavation: Exposure unit 9 of the Y-12 facility$15MLow0LowUEFPC Streambed: excavation, dewatering and disposal of mercury$10MHigh+1Very HighFlow Augmentation Relocation: establish control systems to enable management of the flow volume introduced to UEFPC to minimize transport of sediment bound mercury$3MMedium+1High</p><p>*Note the bins in the upper left-hand side are the same as are on the previous overhead with the labels moved to the top*Program elements*Note the bins in the upper left-hand side are the same as are on the previous overhead with the labels moved to the top*Note the bins in the upper left-hand side are the same as are on the previous overhead with the labels moved to the top*Note the bins in the upper left-hand side are the same as are on the previous overhead with the labels moved to the top*</p></li></ul>

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